Challenges draw Trinity and Wycliffe closer

By Matt Gardner As times change, two familiar seminaries are changing with them Among the various display booths spread throughout the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre at General Synod 2019, guests and delegates passed one that bore testament to a new spirit of collaboration between two prominent Anglican seminaries in Toronto. Having previously shared a display … Continue reading “Challenges draw Trinity and Wycliffe closer”

Engage – A Theological Field Education Toolkit by Mathew Floding

ISBN# : 9781442273498 Engage A Theological Field Education Toolkit Edited by Matthew Floding – Foreword by Lucinda Huffaker Theological field education, in which a ministry student steps out of the classroom and begins practicing with the supervision of a mentor, is a critical part of accredited ministry programs. Engage equips both students and their supervisor-mentors … Continue reading “Engage – A Theological Field Education Toolkit by Mathew Floding”

Jeffrey Bilbro: Wendell Berry exemplifies sustainable life

Unsplash / Toomas Tartes FacebookTwitterEmailPrint   From the city to the suburbs, Wendell Berry can help us imagine virtuous forms of living, says the author and Spring Arbor University associate professor. TUESDAY, JULY 9, 2019 Climate change and the sustainability of the earth are huge, often paralyzing issues. Yet despite their overwhelming scale, Jeffrey Bilbro, … Continue reading “Jeffrey Bilbro: Wendell Berry exemplifies sustainable life”

10 Ordinary Lessons From Doing A PhD In Theology

   April 16, 2019 By Cole HartinThis past week I fulfilled the last of the requirements to graduate with my PhD in Theological Studies from Wycliffe College and the University of Toronto. After five years of classes, teaching assistantships, exams, outlines, research, writing, an oral defense, and several seemingly arbitrary formatting requirements, my hands are … Continue reading “10 Ordinary Lessons From Doing A PhD In Theology”

Debra Dean Murphy: Mary Oliver and other poets can help us perceive — and protect — the natural world

Mary Oliver’s poetry often drew from close attention to the natural world. Oliver died Jan. 17, 2019 at the age of 83. Getty Images / Photo by Kevork Djansezian FacebookTwitterEmailPrint The disciplined reading of poetry can inculcate a mindset of paying deep attention to the world around us, says a scholar. Tuesday, February 5, 2019 Can reading … Continue reading “Debra Dean Murphy: Mary Oliver and other poets can help us perceive — and protect — the natural world”