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New Publication:  "Behold, I Am Coming Soon: Meditations on the Apocalypse"

New Publication: "Behold, I Am Coming Soon: Meditations on the Apocalypse"

The latest volume in the Wycliffe Studies in Gospel, Church, and Culture series, "Behold, I Am Coming Soon: Meditations on the Apocalypse", writings from Wycliffe professors on the NT book of Revelation has been published and is now available for purchase. See the publisher's page for more information. 

Date Published: Monday, December 17, 2018

Charles Sadleir in stained glass

Bishop Mwita Akiri to deliver Sadleir Lecture

Each year, Wycliffe College remembers Rev. Charles Sadleir (pictured in one of the stained glass windows in Founders' Chapel) who graduated from Wycliffe College in 1892. After three years of parish ministry in Manitoba, Rev. Sadleir responded to an appeal for a missionary to Chile's Araucanian Indians. In his honour, the Sadleir Annual Lecture focuses on Christian missions.

Date Published: Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Wycliffe College PhD Candidate David Clark

PhD Candidate David Clark published in Scottish Journal of Theology

Wycliffe College PhD Candidate David Clark has had a peer-reviewed article published by the Scottish Journal of Theology (an imprint of Cambridge University Press). 

David's article, "Psalm 74:8 and November 1938: rereading Dietrich Bonhoeffer's Kristallnacht annotation in its interpretive context" establishes the context of Bonhoeffer's figural approach to the Psalter. In so doing, he addresses the question of the theological claim Bonhoeffer might have been making about the tragic events of November 1938. 

Date Published: Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Marion Taylor

Marion Taylor on Relativism

Marion Taylor speaks on relativism and the consequences of holding this philosophical view using Judges 19:1-30 as her text.

Marion Taylor

Judy Paulsen

Judy Paulsen continues the series on the Idols of our Time.

Judy Paulsen

John Bowen

John Bowen starts off the Thursday Sermon Series

This is the opening sermon on the Thursday series, "Idols of our time". Using Jeremiah's outrage about Israel's idolatry John speaks on how we are to view idolatry.

John Bowen