Spring Summer Faculty Listing

Dr. Power is Adjunct Professor in Theological Studies.  He is originally from Ireland where he was educated at Trinity College Dublin. He has taught history at the University of New Brunswick and the University of Toronto.

Dr. Duncan Reid [ Wycliffe College, University of Toronto] has a particular research interest in the Synoptic Gospels and recently contributed a chapter to a forthcoming volume entitled New Studies in the Synoptic Problem.

Rev. Dr. James Tyler Robertson has over ten years experience in ministry as an Associate and Senior pastor. He received his Ph.D. in 2013 and has been working at Tyndale Seminary since then.

Adrianne has a background in psychiatric/mental health nursing, has an M Div. in Counselling, and is a senior candidate for certification in psychoanalysis through the Brookhaven Institute for Psychoanalysis and Christian Theology.

Dr. Shepherd is Professor of Theology specialising in  Systematic Theology, Reformation Studies, Historical Theology, John Wesley, Philosophy and Jewish-Christian Relations.

Dr. Sherbino has been a faculty member at Tyndale Seminary since 1987, serving previously as Chair of the Pastoral Ministries Department, Coordinator of the Worship and Liturgy program and Dean of the Chapel. He is presently coordinating the program in Spiritual Formation. Dr.

Dr. Mark Steinacher [ThD, Wycliffe College, University of Toronto] teaches at Tyndale University College & Seminary, and pastors Emmanuel Church (Evangelical), Toronto.

Dr. John Christopher Thomas was educated at Lee College (BA), Church of God School of Theology (MA), Ashland Theological Seminary (MDiv), Princeton Theological Seminary (ThM), and the University of Sheffield (PhD).

Dr. Thompson has been a pastor at Carruthers Creek Community Church in Ajax, Ontario since 1998 having established a youth and young adult ministry and then transitioned into the role of senior pastor as of 2005.  Dr.

Dr. Wahba is Associate Professor of Global Christianity. He first came to Tyndale as adjunct professor of theology in 1998, having previously taught contextualized theology at the Evangelical Theological Seminary in Cairo, Egypt, as well as having pastored churches in Chicago and Toronto. Dr.

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