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November 17: Theology Symposium

We're excited to announce our fall Theology Symposium! The theme? The Many and the One: Modern Secularity and Classical Christian Theology. Please join us Wednesday, November 17th, either live or via Zoom* for this discussion.

Yonghua Ge will be the presenter with Archie Spencer responding and Michael Morelli moderating

*Location information and Zoom link to be provided via email prior to the event.



Dr. Yonghua Ge is the Director of the Mandarin Program and Assistant Professor of Theology at Trinity Western Seminary, a member of ACTS Seminaries of Trinity Western University. With a PhD in Christian Theology and Philosophy of Religion from the University of Cambridge, he did postdoctoral work and research in Jesus College, Cambridge University and Regent College before coming to TWU. He has published in leading journals such as The Heythrop Journal, Philosophy East and West, Tyndale Bulletin, Sino-Christian Studies and Logos & Pneuma and is the author of The Many and the One: Creation as Participation in Augustine and Aquinas.

Dr. Archie Spencer has developed an international reputation as a scholar, speaker and theologian; including Catholic circles where he has developed an ecumenical dialogue with the lay movement, “Communion and Liberation”, and the Italian Theologian, Luigi Giussani. Archie’s ministry and professional experience includes serving as a pastor in various settings within the Pentecostal and Baptist contexts for over 15 years. While teaching, he has continued to remain active in the local church through various preaching engagements, seminars, men’s retreats. Dr. Spencer loves engaging the church as she thinks through her theological and missional mandate. He can be contacted for speaking engagements through the Speakers’ Bureau.

Dr. Michael Morelli is Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Studies and Assistant Professor of Theology, Culture & Ethics at Northwest College and Seminary, a member of ACTS Seminaries of Trinity Western University. He 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.