What's Happening at Tyndale

Posted: Wednesday April 13, 2011

TORONTO (April 13, 2011) – As part of key initiative to increase academic support, Tyndale University College & Seminary is pleased to announce Dr. Barry Smith as the new Vice President, Student Services and Registrar, effective August 1, 2011. Dr. Smith comes to Tyndale after spending...

Posted: Tuesday March 22, 2011

Interested in gaining a better perspective of death and dying? On April 1st, Dr. David Sherbino and his son, Dr. Jonathan Sherbino, will be speaking about end-of-life issues for both individuals and families in a one-day event called A Good Death: Pastoral and Medical Perspectives on Death and...

Posted: Thursday March 17, 2011

Only one week ago, a massive 9.0 earthquake shook and ravaged the nation of Japan with many casualties and leaving thousands homeless, without loved ones, and in a drastic state of fear. Although the physical effects can only be understood by those who were there, the emotional and spiritual...

Posted: Friday March 11, 2011

In an effort to connect with young Christians with an interest in defending their faith, several students from Tyndale University College were asked to publish their work for the Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity; an apologetics organization founded by Pastor and Christian Apologist...

Posted: Friday March 4, 2011

The President on behalf of the Board of Governors is pleased to announce the establishment of a new chair at Tyndale, the Kimmerle Chair of Pentecostal Studies. The Chair is possible due to a generous endowment from Mr. Walter Kimmerle, a long-time supporter of Tyndale. His desire is that...

Posted: Friday February 25, 2011

Echoing its results from the 2008 CUSC survey, Tyndale University College was ranked #1 in Maclean's for having the most satisfied students when it comes to the quality of teaching for first-year students. The results were from the Canadian University Survey Consortium’s (CUSC) ...

Posted: Wednesday February 23, 2011

In keeping with their year-long theme of Perichoresis, the Seminary Student Council hosted a Feast of Nations in early February. Perichoresis refers to the uniqueness the Father, Son and Holy Spirit maintain while remaining One, and has inspired the Student Council to explore unity in diversity...

Posted: Thursday February 17, 2011

Drawing on over 40 years of leadership in ministry, President of The Tyndale Foundation, Dr. Brian Stiller, has written a new book entitled You Never Know What You Have Till You Give It Away. Dr. Stiller’s life call has been to understand the times and lead accordingly, drawing his...

Posted: Wednesday February 16, 2011

Dr. Wafik Wahba, Associate Professor of Global Christianity At 6:00PM Egypt time (11:00 AM EST), February 11, 2011 Egypt was freed from one of the most brutal and oppressive regimes in modern history. As the vice president made the announcement that Mubarak stepped down, the streets of...

Posted: Friday February 11, 2011

From January 21st - 27th, around a thousand people gathered at the University of Toronto for the first Jesus Awareness Week at the school’s campus. The event, sponsored by churches in the Greater Toronto Area, was organized by the university’s Campus for Christ team to present to the...

Posted: Thursday February 3, 2011

Updated, originally posted February 1, 2011 Dr. Wafik Wahba, Associate Professor of Global Christianity The crisis in Egypt is widening with potential impact on world peace and economical stability. Two months ago, after I gave two TV interviews that were broadcasted across the Middle East...

Posted: Wednesday February 2, 2011

Commissioner Bond becomes the third woman and the fourth Canadian to hold the post of General of The Salvation Army since the international church and charity organization was founded 146 years ago. Linda Bond earned two degrees from Tyndale University College & Seminary; she graduated with...

Posted: Friday January 21, 2011

Tyndale Seminary students Addison Aspilla, Darrick Tam, and Brian Yu have been getting together with university students and young professionals of a variety of ethnicities and denominations to worship God in new and experiential ways. These events are called Toronto Worship. Founders...

Posted: Thursday December 23, 2010

Bob Bernardo, a great friend and supporter of Tyndale, passed away early Tuesday morning following a very short struggle with cancer. For many years, Bob and his family have had a deep love for Christian higher education in general and for Tyndale in particular. It was Bob's passion for well...

Posted: Wednesday December 22, 2010

Dr. Dennis Ngien, Professor of Systematic Theology and Director of ThM degree program at Tyndale Seminary, has been appointed as an editor of Paternoster Press, a highly-esteemed academic press of 75 years of international recognition. Dr. Ngien serves as peer-blind reviewer and editor of...

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