Contact David A. R. Clark

David A. R. Clark

Adjunct Faculty



The Rev. Dr. Clark completed a Ph.D. at Wycliffe College in 2021. His SSHRC-funded doctoral project was entitled: “Jewish Scriptures in Nazi Germany: Dietrich Bonhoeffer and the Old Testament, 1932-1945.” Dr. Clark’s research explores biblical interpretation, Jewish-Christian relations, and post-Holocaust theology. His articles appear in Pro Ecclesia, Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations, The Scottish Journal of Theology, The Canadian-American Theological Review, and The Expository Times.

Dr. Clark loves teaching and is delighted to serve as Adjunct Faculty. At Wycliffe, he has taught on Bonhoeffer; at the Anne Tanenbaum Centre for Jewish Studies, he has taught on religious responses to the Holocaust.

He is an ordained minister, serving in the Presbyterian Church in Canada, as well as a military chaplain, serving in the Canadian Armed Forces (Primary Reserve). He serves on the Committee on Ethics, Religion, and the Holocaust at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C.