Friday January 16, 2015
Dr. Ron Kydd, Associate Professor of Church History at Tyndale Seminary, went on a month-long journey across China in June and July 2014. His focus was to review and discover evidence of the presence of Christianity in pre-1400 AD China. “I wanted to get to as many places as possible to see...
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Friday January 9, 2015
“Education was founded on Christian principles,” says Dr. Barry Smith, Senior Vice President Academic and Dean of Tyndale University College. “Higher education came out of the church, it came out of a desire for education of the mind to be linked to the development of the soul....
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Thursday December 18, 2014
The Bayview campus looks beautiful in every season, but there is something enchanting about the campus when it is covered in pure, white snow under a vivid blue sky.
From all of us at Tyndale, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
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Friday December 12, 2014
Dr. Anthony Hutchinson is using his social work experiences and expertise to teach and prepare his university students for careers in this field. Outside of his job as Assistant Professor of Human Services at Tyndale University College, Dr. Hutchinson is a national street gang expert for the...
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Friday December 5, 2014
This past semester has been full of new exciting events from the University College Student Council along, with some classics such as the Winter Banquet. The council’s vision this year is to intentionally cultivate biblical community and empower students to continually thrive, and the council...
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Friday November 28, 2014
Tyndale University College faculty members are researching and teaching across a diverse range of academic disciplines. The following are some recent contributions that faculty members have made to their field of research:
Dr. Benjamin Reynolds, Associate Professor of New Testament, authored a...
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Wednesday November 26, 2014
Tyndale University College & Seminary Athletics has launched a new competitive sports program and an athletic brand name and logo: the Tyndale Guardians. The new brand was developed to raise the profile of the Athletics program as the university expands its competitive athletic offerings beyond...
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Friday November 21, 2014
Tyndale students gathered on November 13, 2014 to watch the German film Sophie Scholl: The Final Days, a dramatization of the last days of German university student and revolutionary Sophie Scholl’s life. Dr. Natasha Duquette, Associate Dean of the University College, organized the event...
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Friday November 21, 2014
Tyndale Seminary faculty members are researching and teaching across a diverse range of academic disciplines. The following are some recent contributions that faculty members have made to their field of research:
Dr. Barbara M. Leung Lai, Professor of Old Testament, was invited by ATS to represent...
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Friday November 7, 2014
“We are what we love,” said Dr. James K.A. Smith, Professor of Philosophy at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, during the first part of Tyndale’s two-day Faith Talks event on Tuesday, November 4. At the event, the Tyndale community was privileged to hear Dr. Smith’s...
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Friday October 31, 2014
On October 23, 2014, eight Tyndale University College students attended the Entrepreneurial Leaders Conference held in Toronto by the Entrepreneurial Leaders Organization (ELO). The organization aims to serve Christians who are called to the marketplace so they can have exponential impact for...
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Friday October 31, 2014
Axel Kazadi [MTS 2015], a Tyndale Seminary student and a member of the Tyndale Hip Hop Movement, is passionate about theology. Born into a Christian family, Axel was exposed to Christianity from an early age but it wasn’t until after a tragic experience in Grade 12 that he began to take God...
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Wednesday October 29, 2014
Tyndale announced on Tuesday, October 28, 2014, that the move to the Bayview campus has been rescheduled to the winter 2015 academic term instead of over the upcoming Christmas break. All classes will be held on the Ballyconnor campus for the winter 2015 semester. At the outset of the renovations,...
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