News & Media
Chinese New Year - the annual celebration of the beginning of a new year according to the lunar calendar - falls on Friday, February 16 this year. This week's blog post features a conversation with Wycliffe doctoral student Chandra Wim, who took time out from his studies to explain what the holiday is all about.
Date Published: Thursday, February 15, 2018
The Wycliffe 2018 Summer course listing is now available! Wycliffe College offers academic and practical courses that will equip you for ministries and further theological studies!
Registration opens April 2nd. Wycliffe offers both semestered and one-week intensive courses, with each course worth one credit. If you aren’t a Wycliffe or TST student and would like to take any summer courses, simply contact the admissions office.
Date Published: Friday, February 9, 2018
It is a cultural moment. A movement. Almost every day seems to bring new revelations and accusations in the media. Calling the #MeToo Movement "welcome," New Testament scholar Ann Jervis writes that it provides yet another example of "Sin's insidious work." What is that work? To spoil every one of God's good gifts.
"God’s beautiful gift of sex, meant for joy, for creativity, for mutual affirmation becomes instead a force of destruction," she observes.
Date Published: Tuesday, February 6, 2018
Wycliffe Faculty Sermons - Fall 2018
The Wycliffe Wellness Project aims to assist those—of all denominations—who engage in Christian ministry to gain a deeper understanding of their job-related stresses, and of the things they need to flourish—both personally and in ministry. A long-term study and assessment tool, the Project is about better understanding the ups and downs of ministry life. Initiated by Wycliffe Professor of Pastoral Psychology, Wanda Malcolm, the Project launched in June 2014.
The Revelation to John, also known as the Apocalypse, is one of the most misunderstood works in the entire canon of Scripture. In recent times it’s often been viewed as a breeding ground for fundamentalism, end-time fanaticism, and sectarian retreat from or hatred of the world. This suspicion of Revelation would have surprised our Christian ancestors.