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Professor Tom Power Announces Retirement

Professor Tom Power is to retire at the end of August 2021. His departure caps a 23-year appointment at Wycliffe as a member of the History faculty, as Graduate Studies Coordinator, and as Theological Librarian at the John W. Graham Library.

Tom hails from Ireland, where he was educated at Trinity College, Dublin. He has taught history at the University of New Brunswick and the University of Toronto. In 1998 he joined the faculty of Wycliffe College as College librarian, and he continues as theological librarian in the John W. Graham Library.

Date Published: Wednesday, April 21, 2021

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Dr Justin Stratis appointed Professor of Theology

Following an international search conducted over nearly five months, Wycliffe College is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Justin Stratis as its new Professor of Theology. Dr Stratis will take up the position August 1, 2021.  Read More >>

Date Published: Wednesday, April 21, 2021

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The April edition of The Word @ Wycliffe

With news pertaining to Wycliffe people and events. Read about our upcoming Scripture and Theology Colloquium, Preaching Day, and more in the April edition of The Word @ Wycliffe.

Date Published: Tuesday, April 20, 2021

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Introduction to Worship at Wycliffe College during COVID-19

TItled "All of the Scripture for All of the People All of the Time," this introductory video explains what worship means at Wycliffe College and provides practical details on how the Wycliffe community will engage in worship in the 2020-21 academic season.

For more Chapel Updates, visit the New Academic Year page.

The Bible

Ephraim Radner explains Theological Interpretation of Scripture

Ephraim Radner explains Theological Interpretation of Scripture. There are many ways of reading the Bible; at Wycliffe College, we prioritize reading the Bible devotionally as God's Word to God's people.

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