Michael Morelli

Climate change, eco-dread & Christian wisdom

The next In the Book event acknowledges the anxiety many people are feeling about environmental changes.   Using Britt Wray’s book Generation Dread as a launching point for analysis and conversation, we will explore the responses to and remedies for such anxiety that she proposes based upon her worldview.   From a Christian worldview perspective, […]

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Around the Table: expand your intercultural horizons

Do you interact with people from diverse ethnic backgrounds in your workplace, school, or ministry setting? Are you engaging them with appropriate cultural sensitivity? What if you could discover your personal tendencies in relating interculturally and learn to improve your ability to relate well, identify conflicts and respond with insight and understanding?   Start that

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Incarnate words? The theology of writing in an age of ChatGPT

A theology symposium presented on October 4, 2023 by Northwest, ACTS, and the J.H. Pickford Chair in Theology. Presenter: Dr. Holly Faith Nelson Respondent: Dr. Michael Morelli Moderator: Dr. Katharine Bubel   Selected Sources Cited in the Keynote Lecture   David Lyle Jeffrey, People of the Book: Christian Identity and Literary Culture (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans,

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In the Book: Sojourners in the Word and the World

Session One: Why You Think the Way You Do Session Two: The Hermeneutical Sojourn: From Exegesis to Theology to Preaching Session Three: Sojourners in the Old Testament: The Conceptualization of Ger in the Old Testament Session Four: Living Like Saints of Old: Faith-Filled Sojourning in Hebrews 11 Session Five: The Contextualization Dimensions of Theology Considering

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When Does Translating Change the Meaning of Scripture? How the Translator of Greek Exodus (and Jesus?) Aligns Biblical Law to Fit His Culture

A LXX seminar presented on November 9, 2022 by Northwest and the John William Wevers Institute for Septuagint Studies. Presenter: Dr. Joel Korytko Moderator: Dr. Michael Morelli

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