AFTERDARK: Dark Night of the Soul

John Coe

    • Wednesday, October 30, 2013
    • 9:10–10:10 p.m.
  • Sutherland Auditorium
  • Open to: Students

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John Coe

John H. Coe Associate Professor of Philosophy and Spiritual Theology Director, Institute for Spiritual Formation Ph.D., University of California, Irvine M.A., University of California, Irvine M.A., Western Kentucky University M.A., Talbot School of Theology B.A., Biola University CV Document (PDF) Dr. Coe is a specialist in the philosophical and theological foundation of the integration of faith and learning. His research focuses on understanding the nature of spiritual and psychological health, the history of spirituality, the work of the Holy Spirit in personal change and the interface between psychology, spirituality and philosophy. A particular interest is in exploring approaches to spiritual direction as a compliment to Christian psychotherapy. Dr. Coe is also the Director of the Institute for Spiritual Formation at Biola University. Affiliations American Philosophy Association (Member) Christian Association for Psychological Studies (Member), President Elect 1994-1998 Evangelical Theological Society (Member) Awards and Honors Biola University Robert B. Fischer Award for Faculty Excellence, 2009 Biola University Faculty Award for Teaching of Integration, 2004. Biola Research Grant Fall 1998. Elected President, Christian Association For Psychological Studies (CAPS), Western Division, 1994-1998. Puritan Seminar Grant, 1995. Christianity and Science Seminar, 1994. Biola Research Grant, 1993. Teaching Associate, Division of Humanities, University of California, Irvine, 1987-1989. Teaching Assistant, Philosophy Department, University of California, Irvine, 1985-1987. Regents Fellow, University of California, Irvine, 1985. Research Assistant, Philosophy Department, Western Kentucky University, 1983-1985. William Bass Award for Outstanding Student in Philosophy of Religion, Talbot School of Theology, 1982.


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