• A New Pathway for Theological Education

    A New Pathway for Theological Education

    Taylor has made an exciting step toward the future into which God is calling us!  Upon the recommendation of the seminary’s Vision Task Force and approval of the faculty, Taylor Seminary is now part of the Kairos Project. I (David Williams) couldn’t be more excited. My enthusiasm stems from the fact that this bold step forward creates a new pathway for theological educational that is affordable, accessible, relevant, and faithful. The life-changing journey of...

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  • About Taylor Seminary and the E P Wahl Centre

    About Taylor Seminary and the E P Wahl Centre

    Taylor has been serving students from a wide range of evangelical traditions since 1940. Come and learn with us! Taylor Seminary invites you to join us as a student! Prospective students, start here for an overview on studying with us. If you'd like someone to be in touch via email, click here to request information. Be sure to ask about our online learning opportunities, which allow students to take courses from anywhere in the world. Taylor also...

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  • A Partnership with Sioux Falls Seminary

    A Partnership with Sioux Falls Seminary

    Creating Opportunity! A partnership agreement between Sioux Falls Seminary and Taylor Seminary, signed in June 2015, is uniting these institutions and creating groundbreaking new opportunities in theological education. This partnership began with a focus on online education, faculty development and global theological education. Over the past two years, the partnership has deepened significantly and has resulted in the integration of some systems, operational...

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The 2nd Annual onWORD Bible Conference provided much food for thought. Calgary Pastor John van Sloten of New Hope Community Church (CRC) was the featured speaker, exploring what the Bible says about how God often speaks through means other than the Bible -- notably through his creation (see Psalm 19, Romans 1).

 

John discussed his recent book, 'The Day Metallica Came to Church', a book that author Leonard Sweet called "amazing", and Dr. Richard Mouw, president of Fuller Theological Seminary, called "reliable and inspiring."

 

 

The idea is unsettling in some ways and generated good discussion, but John explored how the church (indeed, even the apostles and Jesus himself) saw God's truth in unexpected places.

 

Randy Stonehill, a legendary singer-songwriter, led worship and also offered a workshop on the role scripture has played in his life as a public figure. That workshop took place outside on a gorgeous, warm September Saturday. In all, eight workshops and three general sessions took place, and the conference was followed by a concert with Randy Stonehill in the evening of September 24th.

 

The conference generated media interest from a number of outlets, and resulted in a feature interview on CBC Radio (Edmonton).