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Vestigia Dei  – is a Latin term meaning “traces of God.” As a theological term it is associated with natural theology – that is, the view that there are vestiges of God within creation. We’ve chosen this term as the title of the Wycliffe College blog because our hope is that through these writings, readers might glimpse evidences for God as our writers interact with the wider world. 

 

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Why it’s never too late to study theology: ministry at a deathbed

By Judy Paulsen

I was asked to write a blog on the topic, “Why it’s never too late to study theology.”  It seemed like a nice, safe topic that wouldn’t require too much of me in what is a busy part of the acad

Mon, March 18, 2019

Mary Dyer preaching

Three Women from history who might change your thinking about women preaching

By Marion Taylor

Paul’s words to the Corinthians—that women should keep silent in the churches—have traditionally been understood as prohibiting women from preaching, speaking, and teaching in church.

Mon, March 11, 2019

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How to make a good apology

By Wanda Malcolm

I divide my professional life between teaching at Wycliffe College and working as

Mon, March 04, 2019

George Sumner

10 Things Every Theological Student Ought to Know

By George Sumner

1. Let your superiors advise you.

Mon, February 25, 2019

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Questions on aging worthy of reflection

By Annette Brownlee

Two years ago, my husband, Ephraim, and I were proud parents at our son’s graduation from university.

Mon, February 11, 2019

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On Seeing Christ in the Psalms

By Glen Taylor

My family and I live in a Victorian house in downtown Toronto.

Mon, February 04, 2019

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Have You Had an Epiphany Moment Yet This New Year?

By Glen Taylor

Christians familiar with liturgical traditions will know that we are in the season of Epiphany, a period that focuses on Bible passages that disclose the fact that Jesus was divine.

Mon, January 28, 2019

The Only Answer to Suffering by Ephraim Radner

The Only Answer to Suffering

By Ephraim Radner

I once heard a priest address a congregation with a question: “What is the complaint I hear most from parents?” Then he answered it by saying: “they lament the fact that their grown children have s

Fri, January 18, 2019

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Episco-Paul: Was the Apostle Paul an Anglican?

By Terence Donaldson

Wycliffe's Lord and Lady Coggan Professor Emeritus of New Testament, Terence Donaldson, muses on a question that

Tue, January 15, 2019

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Put priority on Jesus by caring for those living in poverty

By Will Postma

Will Postma is an adjunct professor at Wycliffe College and the Executive Director at the Primate’s World Relief and

Tue, January 08, 2019