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Leonard Hall Roundtable Discussion

"What Does It Mean To Be Human" Event Series

From June 8–10, Wycliffe College hosted the “What Does It Mean To Be Human” interdisciplinary event series, which brought together experts and curious minds—scientists, theologians, medical professionals, church leaders, and lay persons—to address some of the most relevant issues of our day that pertain to technological advances, morality, and human nature.

Date Published: Tuesday, June 14, 2022

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The May edition of The Word @ Wycliffe is here

The May edition of Wycliffe College's monthly e-newsletter contains information on an up-coming event series, news of recent student and alumni award winners, a glimpse at our special convocation for the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, and more. Find it here. 

Date Published: Wednesday, May 18, 2022

May 9 Convocation in Wycliffe College's Sheraton Hall

A joyous, in-person convocation

Wycliffe College's first in-person convocation since the pandemic began took place May 9, in Sheraton Hall. It was a time to celebrate the Class of '22, and Principal Stephen Andrews described the event as a "historic occasion in many respects." It was, he said, the College's "first—and hopefully only—COVID class."

Date Published: Wednesday, May 11, 2022

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God And The Cosmos

Summary: Looking at the intersection between Science and Religion.

Barth Netterfield, PhD Astrophysics, Associate Professor University of Toronto

Amos Yong

Toward An Evangelical And Trinitarian Theology Of Religions

Amos Yong presents his thoughts regarding an evangelical and trinitarian theology of religions.

Dr. George Sumner speaks at Chapel on March 25th, 2015

George Sumner