Special congratulations to Tyndale’s Distributed Learning team and Dr. Bill Webb on receiving the Association of Christian Distance Education (known as ACCESS) “Course of the Year” award for the online course in Biblical Interpretation.
Donald Goertz, Associate Professor of Church History and Director of the Master of Divinity Church in the City: In-Ministry Program at Tyndale Seminary, speaks from his rich memory of Tyndale’s institutional history and his deep desire for the church in Canada and around the world to thrive. (video)
Dr. Beth Green, Cardus Senior Fellow and Visiting Professor of Research, Integration and Educational Formation at Tyndale, is scheduled to speak at venues in the United States on the Cardus Education Survey Unpacked: Educating for the Common Good.
Following the announcement of Dr. Gary V. Nelson’s retirement in June of 2020, Aileen Van Ginkel, Governor, Chair of the Board Development Committee and Executive Committee member facilitated opportunities to hear from the various constituent groups which make up the unique fabric of the Tyndale Community.
Congratulations to Dr. Benjamin Reynolds and Dr. Paul Franks on the recent publication of their respective works titled Reading the Gospel of John’s Christology as Jewish Messianism: Royal, Prophetic, and Divine Messiahs published by Brill Press and Explaining Evil: Four Views published by Bloomsbury Academic.
Congratulations to Angelica Scribnock [BA English, 2021] on the recent publication of her short story, “Morning Comes Again,” within a collection of Canadian short stories with Polar Expressions Publishing.