Spring Summer Faculty Listing

Valerie Michaelson
 vmichaelson [at] tyndale.ca

Valerie Michaelson [DMin, University of Toronto; MCS, Regent College] is Associate priest at St James Anglican Church, Kingston and Anglican Chaplain to Queen's University. She is a visiting lecturer in the area of youth and children's ministry at Tyndale Seminary and Queen's University. Her...

Martin Mittelstadt

PhD, Marquette University (Milwaukee, Wisconsin), 2000.
MDiv, Providence Theological Seminary (Winnipeg, MB, Canada), 1990.
BTh, Horizon College (Saskatoon, SK, Canada) and University of Winnipeg, 1986.

Clint Mix
 cmix [at] tyndale.ca

BA, Canadian Bible College
MA, Ambrose Seminary
DMin, Tyndale Seminary

Gord Oeste
 goeste [at] tyndale.ca

Dr. Gord Oeste [PhD, St. Michael's College, University of Toronto, in Old Testament Studies]. His passion for studying the Bible and its relevance to today has led him to ministry in both church and academic contexts.

Dave Overholt
 doverholt [at] tyndale.ca

Dr. David Overholt [EdD, OISE, University of Toronto] is the founding pastor of Church on the Rock, one of the largest and longest running youth-targeted churches in North America. In addition to 27 years in youth ministry, Dr.

James Pedlar
 jpedlar [at] tyndale.ca

BA (Hons), Queen’s University, 2002
MDiv, Wycliffe College / University of Toronto, 2005
PhD, University of St. Michael’s College, 2013

Areas of Specialization: Wesleyan theology, ecclesiology, unity and diversity in the church, renewal and reform movements.

Sharon Ramsay
 sramsay [at] tyndale.ca

Since 1998, Sharon has been an educator of graduate-level counselling students. In her therapy practice, Sharon consults with couples, individuals and families on a variety of issues covering stages of the family life cycle.

Dr. Duncan Reid
 dreid [at] tyndale.ca

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.

Dr. James Robertson
 jtrobertson [at] tyndale.ca

James Tyler Robertson (Ph.D. McMaster Divinity College) is the Creative Producer of Online Learning & Adjunct Professor of Christian History at Tyndale Seminary. His areas of research are religion in war and cultural studies as they pertain to faith.

David Sherbino
 dsherb [at] tyndale.ca

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.

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