Announcing The Wycliffe Centre for Scripture and Theology
Friday February 25th, 2011
Wycliffe College is pleased to inaugurate its new Wycliffe Centre for Scripture and Theology with a two-part colloquium on May 13 and 14, 2011.
May 13 (Friday, 9:30 AM):
“The character of theological exegesis in the Brazos Bible Commentary Series: An Analysis and Critique”
Presentations by Prof. Christopher Seitz (Wycliffe College, Toronto), Prof. Daniel Driver (Tyndale University College), Prof. Anthony Cummins (Trinity Western University), Prof. Mark Elliott (St. Andrew’s University, Scotland), Prof. R. R. Reno (Editor, First Things, and Editor-in-Chief, Brazos Bible Commentaries).
May 14 (Saturday, 9:30 AM):
Papers on theological exegesis by Wycliffe Advanced Degree Students
Attendance is limited to TST and visiting faculty, and TST Advanced Degree students.
Wycliffe College is a vital institution of Christian teaching and learning, engaging scholars, seminarians, masters and doctoral students across the theological disciplines. Among its special commitments is the intellectual renewal of Scriptural and Theological study as a mutually informing discipline in the service of the Christian Church.
The Wycliffe Center for Scripture and Theology will serve this purpose by:
1. Offering regular for-credit seminars on the theological study of Scripture, which will include exegesis, hermeneutics, history of interpretation, and Scriptural theology.
2. Organizing regular colloquia at Wycliffe – one per semester – that will bring a leading scholar and several younger scholars together with faculty and Advanced Degree students for discussion of current work being done in these areas.
3. Foster an atmosphere among interested faculty and students at Wycliffe and the Toronto School of Theology that strengthens scholarly collegiality and mission.
For information, please contact Prof. Ephraim Radner at firstname.lastname@example.org