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. 

“A privilege to disagree”




By Karen Stiller



Wed, September 06, 2017

Memories of September 11, 2001

This week is Orientation Week at Wycliffe College.

Tue, September 05, 2017

Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey: A Christian Response

By Ephraim Radner


A Houston residential neighbourhood is under water following days of heavy rains during Hurricane Harvey.


Wed, August 30, 2017

Orientation 2017

Market, Museum, and Free Lunches


Students gather in Sheraton Hall at Wycliffe College at the beginning of Orientation Week, launching the 2015/16 academic year. 

Tue, August 29, 2017

Course explores essentials of Christian faith


Tue, August 22, 2017

On Truth, Public Discourse, and Being Bothered

"Is God a figment of the imagination?" It's a question worth pondering, and one that Wycliffe College invites you to think about at a

Tue, August 15, 2017

John Wycliffe: more than just a stained glass face


John Wycliffe, as seen in a stained glass portrait, which is featured as a part of one of the windows in Founders' Chapel at Wycliffe College. 

Tue, August 08, 2017

Luther's love-affair

Alec Ryrie is Professor of the History of Christianity at Durham University and a licensed lay preacher in the Church of England.

Tue, August 01, 2017

Dr. Scott Sharman

“I’m an ecumenist because I’m schismatic”

The Rev. Dr. Scott Sharman (left) is a graduate of Wycliffe College, a priest in the Anglican Church of Canada, and professor of Church History at Newman Theological College.

Tue, July 25, 2017

Hildebrands Cain and Abel

Of innocent blood and exile

Limestone sculpture by Adolf von Hildebrand (1847 – 1921) depicting Cain’s murder of his brother Abel. In the following blog, Wycliffe's Dr.

Tue, July 18, 2017