Mátyás received his PhD from the University of St Andrews in Divinity after working for seven years as a radio presenter, editor, and reporter with Hungarian Radio, the largest public radio broadcasting organisation in Hungary. In addition, he worked as a narrator in a range of media productions and served as a moderator at political and business conferences. Mátyás holds an MA degree in Communication and Media Studies and another MA degree in Theology. He is currently a postdoctoral research assistant at Liverpool Hope University. Mátyás is interested in the topics of religious conversion, world Christianity, world religions, missiology, Muslim-Christian dialogue, science and religion, and grounded theory.