Spencer Archie

Dr Archie J. Spencer is Associate Professor in the John H. Pickford Distinguished Chair of Theology at Northwest Baptist Seminary, Associated Canadian Theological Seminaries, at Trinity Western University, in Langley, BC, Canada. Dr. Spencer’s education includes degrees from Regent College (M.Div. & Th.M.) and University of Toronto School of Theology (Th.D.). Dr.
Spencer is actively engaged in teaching, presentations, and thesis supervision in the fields of Systematic, Philosophical, Historical and Ecumenical Theology. He also teaches in the undergraduate department of Religious Studies at TWU where he is an associate faculty member as Associate Professor of Theology. His research interests include Contemporary Theology in the Western Catholic and Protestant Traditions, including the Theology of Karl Barth, Luigi Giussani, Eberhard Jüngel, the Reformation, Evangelical Theology, and Alexandrian Theology of the first three centuries.
He has published a major work on the theology of Karl Barth, and has written numerous academic articles, reviews, chapters, and popular articles, some of which have been translated into other languages. Dr. Spencer has developed an international reputation as a scholar, speaker and theologian; including in Catholic circles where he has developed an ecumenical dialogue with the lay movement, ³Communion and Liberation², and the Italian Theologian, Luigi Giussani. He has spoken on theological themes in the UK, Ireland, Italy and all over North America, including institutions such as Trinity College, Dublin, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan, Seattle Pacific University, McGill University, York University, the University of Nottingham and many other places of learning. Archie’s ministry and professional experience includes serving as a Pastor in various settings within the Pentecostal and Baptist contexts for over 20 years.

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