Dennis' areas of expertise include Systematic and Reformation Theologies, Jurgen Moltmann, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Christology, Salvation, Trinity, and issues in impassibility/passibility of God.
Dennis is Professor of Systematic Theology at Tyndale University College & Seminary since 1996. Formerly nominated as Research Scholar at Blackfriars Hall, Oxford University, he founded and directs his Centre for Mentorship & Theological Reflection, mentory scholars, pastors and leaders of diverse cultures.
He is also an editor of the Series, Studies in Christian History and Theology with Paternoster Press, UK.
Parker, The Reverend Canon Barry
Adjunct Professor - Leading Missional Congregations
B.A. (Barrington), M.A. (Andover Newton), Ph.D. (Boston).
David Reed has been a faculty member at Wycliffe since 1987. His teaching career (math and physics) began in his home province of New Brunswick. He moved to New England for his theological education and was eventually ordained in the Episcopal Church. Following eighteen years in parish ministry, he and his family moved to Toronto. David’s interests in pastoral studies include spirituality, congregational life, cultural and spiritual trends, family and sexuality. A long time interest is the study of the Pentecostal/charismatic movement, Oneness Pentecostalism in particular. This has resulted in publications and invitations to lecture in Mexico, New Zealand and the Philippines. David has forthcoming a book entitled, “In Jesus’ Name”: The History and Beliefs of Oneness Pentecostals, which is a definitive historical and theological study of the third stream of modern Pentecostalism He and his wife, Carlynn (actor, writer and liturgical dancer), have two sons. David is honorary assistant at St. Paul’s, L’Amoreaux in Scarborough, ON.
Entries in New International Dictionary of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements (2002).
“The Gladness of the Gospel’: A Traditional Perspective on Pastoral Care” in
Catherine Sider-Hamilton, ed., The Homosexuality Debate: Faith Seeking Understanding (2003).
"Oneness Pentecostalism: Problems and Possibilities for Pentecostal Theology," Journal of Pentecostal Theology 11 (October 1997)
Dr. George Sumner has a Ph.D. in systematic theology from Yale University with an emphasis on missiology. He has taught courses in that subject as well as the history of mission. More recently he has offered doctoral seminars on the theology of Pannenberg and hamartiology. He has written on the relation of Christianity to other religions, the theology of ordination, and most recently a theological interpretation of the Book of Daniel. He will have associate status in the new graduate centre.