Spring Summer Faculty Listing

Lina Balsamo directs the Writing Centre at Tyndale, overseeing a team of tutors who help student writers to master everything from commas to cohesion. 

Professor Beverley has taught at Tyndale since 1988. He is a specialist on the study of new religions and teaches courses in Apologetics, World  Religions,  Theology, and Christian Ethics.

Dr. Keith Bodner [PhD, University of Aberdeen] is Professor of Religious Studies at Crandall University (formerly Atlantic Baptist University), with a concentration in Hebrew Language and Old Testament.

Dr. Boers is Associate Professor and the R.J. Bernardo Family Chair of Leadership. He has also taught for Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary, Conrad Grebel University College, Andover Newton Theological School, and the Canterbury College D. Min. program.

Paul Burford’s career as a Writer/Producer/Director spans over 30 years in film and television. He has Produced 400 hours of network TV programming, 90 television commercials and 200 corporate video projects.

Robert is Director of the Tyndale Intercultural Ministries Centre (TIM Centre) and works with AIM Canada as Urban consultant for Multi-cultural leaders engaging in Global mission. Originally from Northern Ireland, he immigrated to Canada in 1974.

PhD, University of Wales, 2010
MA, York University, 1990
MA, University of Washington, 1973
BA, Seattle Pacific University, 1971

Areas of Specialization: Canadian literature, American literature, C. S. Lewis and Milton.

ThD, Wycliffe College and the University of Toronto, Toronto, 2002
MRel, Wycliffe College, Toronto, 1991

MDiv, Toronto Baptist Seminary & Bible College, Toronto, 1986
Sc, University of Toronto, Toronto, 1986

Robert Dean [Doctoral candidate Uof T; MDiv Pastoral, Tyndale Seminary]  is completing his doctoral studies in systematic theology focused in the areas of Christology, ecclesiology, sacramental theology and theological ethics.  His dissertation addresses the question of Church and culture...

PhD, University of Toronto, 1996
MA, Queen's University, 1990
MSt, University of Oxford, 1987
BA, University of Calgary, 1985

Areas of Specialization: 19th century British political, religious and imperial history.