At the crossroads of theological formation, service, and scholarship
Graedon Zorzi

Graedon Zorzi, PhD

Assistant Professor of Theology and Philosophy


Office: Hoover 236

PhD, Yale University
MA, Yale University
MPhil, Yale University
MDiv, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
BA, Tufts University

Teaching and Research Interests: Early modern theological, moral and political thought

Graedon Zorzi joined George Fox as an assistant professor of theology and philosophy in 2019. He did his doctoral work at Yale in the departments of religious studies and political science, and he specializes in early modern theological, moral, and political thought. His dissertation examines how John Locke’s theological anthropology shapes his influential moral and political theories.

Before beginning his doctoral studies, Graedon worked as a pastoral associate at Christ the King Anglican Church in Alexandria, Virginia. In addition to his PhD at Yale, he earned an MDiv from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (2010) and a BA in philosophy and political science from Tufts University (2007).