Tim Connor came to the study of theology via first degrees in the languages and literature of France and Spain at Waterloo Lutheran University (B.A. Hon) and the University of Toronto (M.A.). During doctoral studies in Spanish at the University of British Columbia he embraced a call to ordained ministry which led to completion of a Master of Divinity (1984) at Wycliffe College, Toronto. That same year he was ordained to the Diaconate and Presbyterate for the Diocese of Huron in the Anglican Church of Canada. In 2003 he graduated again from Wycliffe College with a Doctor of Theology degree having produced a thesis on the Scottish Episcopalian philosopher and theologian, Donald MacKinnon, supervised by Professor John Webster. A version of that dissertation, The Kenotic Trajectory of the Church in Donald MacKinnon’s Theology: From Galilee to Jerusalem to Galilee, was published as Vol 12 in the series T & T Clark Studies in Systematic Theology, edited by John Webster, Ian A. McFarland, and Ivor Davidson. Canon Connor has served as an Adjunct Lecturer in Theology at Wycliffe since 2006 and also teaches in the same capacity in the Faculty of Theology at Huron University College. He has served as the Rector of St George’s, London since 2003.