Assistant Professor of Theology, Culture and Ethics
Michael Morelli holds a PhD in Theological Ethics from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland and is the author of Theology, Ethics, and Technology in the Work of Jacques Ellul and Paul Virilio: A Nascent Theological Tradition (Lexington Books). He publishes and presents on a variety of topics within the fields of theology, morality, culture, politics, and technology. He has also worked in local church ministry and continues to serve the church in a lay capacity.
Michael enjoys spending time with family and friends, surrounding himself with art and media, cooking, and coffee.
PhD in Theological Ethics, University of Aberdeen, School of Divinity, 2019
MTh, Theological Ethics, University of Aberdeen, 2017
MA in Christian Studies, ACTS Seminaries, 2014
BA in English and Communications, Simon Fraser University, 2009
Theology, ethics, and technology in the work of Jacques Ellul and Paul Virilio; theological ethics, meaning the ways God confronts and changes the realities that make up our existence; theology, morality, culture, politics, and technology.