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Groenewold, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

From: United States

At LCC Since: 2016

Key Areas

  • Twelfth Century understanding of the Integumentum
  • Philosophy of Technology
  • Reformational Philosophy


Benjamin Groenewold teaches philosophy and worldview at LCC International University. As an undergraduate he studied at Dordt College, majoring in engineering and philosophy. He received his MA (studying postmodernism, technological design and Adorno’s understanding of creativity) and his PhD (in Ellul’s understanding of technical creativity and Hugh of St. Victor’s hermeneutic approach to mystery) from the Institute for Christian Studies (Toronto, Canada). His research interests are in the interconnections between technology and society and in twelfth century hermeneutics.