President’s Pen – December 2022

The Son of Man came to seek and to save the lost. -Luke 19:10   British Columbia and Yukon are distinct from the rest of Canada in that more than half the population report that they have no religion. This is in sharp contrast with the rest of Canadian ...

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Professor Emeritus Recognitions

October 27, 2022

Dr. Howard Andersen Dr. Brian Rapske The 2022 Northwest Graduation contained numerous moments of celebration. One such moment was the conferring of the title of Professor Emeritus on both Dr. Howard Andersen and Dr. Brian Rapske. This title is bestowed …

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2022 Graduates

October 26, 2022

On Sept 24, 2022 we gathered to confer degrees on the 2022 graduates of Northwest Seminary. This was a great time of celebration!   We graduated 17 individuals in four different programs from four different partner organizations. Here are the …

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A Glimpse into the Korean BACL

October 26, 2022

The Bachelor of Arts in Christian Leadership (BACL) program saw a healthy intake of students this year thanks to the concerted efforts of Dr. Daniel Park and his team, and the loosening of international travel restrictions related to Covid.   …

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Promised Rest

October 26, 2022

For so many of us, our cries go unnoticed. We hide our trembling lips, our gulps and gasps, and especially, the sobbing for whatever grief or hardship we face.   Typically, it’s not so with children, who openly cry out …

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President’s Pen – October 2022

October 18, 2022

Keep the main thing the main thing. This familiar phrase provides wisdom for many areas of life, but it is especially important for Christians, churches, ministries, and schools like Northwest. When the main thing becomes a side thing, or worse …

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The Church’s Ethical Imperative in a Covid Age

August 19, 2022

A virtual theology symposium presented on March 29, 2021 by Northwest, ACTS, and the J.H. Pickford Chair in Theology. Presenter:Dr. Archie Spencer Respondent: Dr. Michael Morelli Moderator: Dr. Andrew Krause Please leave this field empty Northwest News Signup Sign up to …

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John’s Gospel and Anti-Judaism

August 19, 2022

A virtual theology symposium presented on March 18, 2022 by Northwest, ACTS, and the J.H. Pickford Chair in Theology. Presenter: Dr. Jonathan Numada Respondent: Dr. Donshin Chang Moderator: Dr. Archie Spencer Please leave this field empty Northwest News Signup Sign up …

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Modern Secularity and Classic Christian Theology

August 19, 2022

A virtual theology symposium presented on November 23, 2021 by Northwest, ACTS, and the J.H. Pickford Chair in Theology. Presenter: Dr. Yonghua Ge Respondent: Dr. Archie Spencer Moderator: Dr. Michael Morelli Please leave this field empty Northwest News Signup Sign up …

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Theology, Ethics & Technology in the Works of Jacques Ellul and Paul Virilio

August 19, 2022

A virtual theology symposium presented on February 17, 2022 by Northwest, ACTS, and the J.H. Pickford Chair in Theology. Presenter: Dr. Michael Morelli Respondent: Dr. Archie Spencer Moderator: Dr. Howard Andersen Please leave this field empty Northwest News Signup Sign …

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The Reality of God in a God-Forgetting Age

August 19, 2022

A virtual theology symposium presented on March 15, 2021 by Northwest, ACTS, and the J.H. Pickford Chair in Theology. Presenter: Dr. Archie Spencer Respondent: Dr. Yonghua Ge Moderator: Dr. Howard Andersen Please leave this field empty Northwest News Signup Sign …

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