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Safely back in Canada, but with sober thoughts

With Canada Day just around the corner, it is appropriate that this week's blog post would include the reflections of a Canadian professor recently returned from overseas. Wanda Malcolm writes of her time teaching a course at Cairo's Alexandria School of Theology that, "unlike many of the Christians who live in Egypt, I did not ever personally feel unsafe or at risk."

Date Published: Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Leaps of Faith - Robert Dean

"Naked" Preaching

In addition to sermon preparation, preachers also need to think through other practical considerations, such as deciding on what to wear before a preaching engagement.

Date Published: Thursday, June 22, 2017

Easter service at Romero House

World Refugee Day

June 20 is World Refugee Day.

Scripture tells us that almost from the beginning of time, there have been people who have been forced to flee their homes. But what about those who never have to flee? What are the obligations and responsibilities of those of us fortunate enough to be safe, comfortable, and secure where we live? How ought we to respond?

Date Published: Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Ephraim Radner

Find out why Radner is "Rad" (translation - that means awesome!)

Find out what drives, inspires our Faculty. To read more about Ephraim, visit  his Faculty Profile.

Ephraim Radner

Terrance Donaldson

Lord, Teach Us To Pray - Jan 14

Terry Donaldson, speaking at the chapel service on January 14 on the subject of Lord Teach us to Pray.

Terry Donaldson

Is There a Conflict Between Science and Religion?

A dialogue between two voices in science: Dr. Denis Alexander and Dr. Larry Moran.

Dr. Denis Alexander and Dr. Larry Moran