Tyndale University College Faculty Updates

Thursday, February 27, 2014

Tyndale University College has 31 faculty members 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. Daniel Wong, Director of Modular Programs and Assistant Professor of Christian Ministries, was a speaker at Fair Havens Community Church on January 19, 2014. The title of his sermon was “The Impact of Life – 2 Timothy 2:1-7.” Also, on February 14, 2014, Dr. Wong spoke about “How to Give a Devotional Talk” to interns who serve full-time with Urban Promise Toronto. Tyndale has a partnership with Urban Promise, who will be taking students to Camden, New Jersey at the end of the school year for a mission trip.
  • In January 2014, Dr. Benjamin Reynolds, Associate Professor of New Testament, wrote an article in New Testament Studies called, “The Perfect Tense-Form and the Son of Man in John 3:13: Developments in Greek Grammar as a Viable Solution to the Timing of the Ascent and Descent.” Also, on February 12, 2014, he presented a lecture at the McMaster University Department of Religious Studies Graduate Students’ Colloquium. The title of the lecture was “The Johannine Jesus and Angelic Mediators in Jewish Apocalypses.”
  • Dr. Ian Gentles, Professor of History, was featured in a National Post column by Barbara Kay about his new co-authored book, Complications: Abortion’s Impact on Women. In the article, Barbara states that the book “effectively busts several abortion ‘myths.’” To read the article, click here.
  • Recently, Dr. Paul Franks, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, co-authored the chapter, “What Place, then, for Rational Apologetics” with Dr. Richard Davis, Professor of Philosophy at Tyndale University College, in the book Loving God with Your Mind: Essays in Honor of JP Moreland (Moody Press, 2014).

Stay informed on what is happening at Tyndale by checking our news section for weekly stories.


» View more news