Wycliffe Blog

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. 


Into the messy places

By: Annette Brownlee

Tue, November 14, 2017

Introducing Canada’s Newest Bishop-Elect

Arctic priest and Wycliffe College graduate, the Rev. David Lehmann (W94) has been elected bishop of the diocese of Caledonia.

Thu, November 02, 2017

The Holocaust, Religious Leadership, and Contemporary Ethics: a Wycliffe Student’s Journey to Germany and Poland

The Rev. David Clark, pictured in June 2017 at the site of the Auschwitz II (Birkenau) concentration camp

Tue, October 31, 2017

Different ways of doing church

Late last month in Sussex, England, Wycliffe’s Professor of Evangelism Judy Paulsen attended an inte

Thu, October 19, 2017

An enchanting space

By Connie Chan

Tue, October 17, 2017

Christianity: more than a European transplant for Indigenous Peoples in Canada

A stained-glass window in Founders' Chapel, Wycliffe College, depicts the sharing of the gospel with Indigenous people.

Tue, October 10, 2017

A mystery at the heart of St. Francis

By Catherine Sider Hamilton

"Praised be my Lord

Tue, October 03, 2017

The “missing link” in creation vs. evolution debates

The “missing link” in creation vs. evolution debates

By Glen Taylor

By Glen Taylor

Tue, September 26, 2017

More on the prediction of Christ’s return on September 23rd

Glen Taylor is Professor of Scripture and Global Christianity at Wycliffe.

Thu, September 21, 2017

Brian Irwin

The end of the world is at hand ... or is it?

By Brian Irwin


Mon, September 18, 2017