Posts Tagged ‘Tyndale Wesley Symposium

07
Apr
16

Media from the Wesleyan-Pentecostal Symposium

We had a wonderful day at the Wesleyan-Pentecostal Symposium here at Tyndale on March 22. It was a pleasure to partner with Van Johnson and Master’s Pentecostal Seminary in hosting this event. Donald Dayton was his inimitable self and helped us to understand how significant it was to have a gathering of these two traditions, given our frosty relations in the past.  The other papers from scholars, pastors and graduate students provided a great deal of discussion material for the attendees.  More than one person commented to me about how engaged everyone was in the topic, discussing it over coffee breaks and lunch as well as in the sessions.

One of the benefits of moving to our new campus is that all our classrooms have very recently been outfitted with excellent audio-visual equipment. This made it very simple for us to record the presentations. The three plenary talks were recorded on video, and audio recordings of all the sessions were made as well. I’m grateful that all the presenters agreed to allow their recordings to be shared publicly after the event.

So, please take a moment to visit the symposium media page and make use of this excellent content.  I’ve embedded my own talk on Burns, Horner, and Burwash below.

 

17
Dec
14

Wesley Studies News from Tyndale

Firefox_Screenshot_2014-12-17T20-17-25.932ZIn September I started a newsletter as a way to share information about events and resources of interest to the Canadian Wesleyan community.  Over the past seven years, the Tyndale Wesley Symposium has fostered a network of people interested in Wesleyan history and theology, and I hope this will be one more way of helping to connect that community. The second edition has now been sent out, and includes information on our 2015 Wesley Symposium, featuring Kevin Mannoia.  I’ll have more to say about the Symposium in a future post.

Go here to read the newsletter, and click the “subscribe” link in the top left corner if you want to sign up for future newsletters. The September edition can be accessed here.




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