Speaker: Zane Yi
Speaker Bio: Dr. Yi joined the Loma Linda faculty in 2013 after earning his doctorate degree in philosophy at Fordham University. He also holds master’s degrees in philosophy from Loyola Marymount University (2004) and a master’s degree in theology from Fuller Theological Seminary (2005).
His research interest includes 19th and 20th century philosophy (especially phenomenology and hermeneutics) and their intersection with theological thought and practice. Dr. Yi has taught a variety of courses, ranging from introduction to philosophy and philosophy of mind to contemporary Christian theology, ethics, and world religions.
Dr. Yi is a founding member of the Society of Adventist Philosophers. He has authored numerous articles and book reviews, and has presented at professional conferences, symposiums, as well as church worship services and retreats.
He has also worked as a campus minister on a variety of university campuses and served churches in Tennessee, Southern California, New York and Georgia, gaining experience in leading urban, diverse, ecumenically-minded, and service-oriented congregations.
He currently serves as the Associate Dean and an associate professor in the School of Religion.