Taylor College and Seminary is pleased to announce that Dr. John Stackhouse will be the featured speaker at the 2010 E.P. Wahl Lectures. Dr. Stackhouse is one of Canada's leading Christian scholars, with numerous books and hundreds of articles to his credit. he teaches full-time at Regent College in Vancouver, and speaks internationally.

Dr. Stackhouse will deliver four addresses as part of this lecture series, and will discuss various themes related to The Meaning of Life and What to Do About It."

Read more about this outstanding event at our EVENTS page (click on "Taylor Events" on the 'EVENTS" menu above or click here).

Registration is now open, and you can register and pay online here. Please note that our online registration system uses Paypal's state-of-the-art, secure payment system. You can also register by phoning 780-431-5200, or you can mail your payment with this registration form (simply fill out, print and mail this form with your cheque).

January Intersession 2010:

 

January 4-8

MI 543 The Healing Mission of the Church (Dr. Allan Effa)

An exploration of the holistic nature of the church's mission that addresses biblical, theological, historical, missiological and pastoral perspectives on physical, emotional, mental and spiritual healing, providing students with the conceptual foundations for a healing ministry through the local congregation.

Two credits.

 

 

Check out this short video in which Dr. Effa discusses this course and the issue of healing with Taylor's Tim Willson.

 

 

PT 531 Managing Controversy and Conflict (Dr. Larry Froese)

A study of the dynamics, methods, and resources of managing change and conflict in organizational settings, with special emphasis on the local church, utilizing the case study method.

Three credits.

Check out this short video in which Dr. Froese discusses the course with Taylor's Tim Willson.

 

January 11-15

OT 517 Worship in Ancient Israel (Dr. Jerry Shepherd)

A biblical-theological examination of worship in ancient Israel with particular attention to the relevance of this material for the theology and worship practices of the Christian church today.

Three credits.

 

 Check out this short video in which Dr. Jerry Shepherd discusses the key themes addressed in OT 517.

 

To inquire about studying at Taylor (for credit or as an audit student), contact Rick Heavenor, our helpful Admissions Counsellor.

780.431.5215

Rick@TaylorSeminary.ca

 

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Dr. Willy Muller kicked off the E P Wahl Centre's new onWORD series with a great overview of the book of Acts, and the series will continue Tuesdays at Taylor. Everyone is welcome, and there is no charge.

Dr. Muller has taught on the Book of Acts many times and in many countries since his first teaching series in 1942. Over the past eight years, he has devoted himself to a study of this history of the first Christians; now, at age 85, he speaks with authority and humility.

onWORD is a weekly journey through scripture, and a variety of teachers will cover many different topics in the months ahead. We hope you will join us for an exploration of the riches of God's Word -- there is no cost to attend, and everyone is welcome.

We ask that you register when you attend for the first time, as Taylor endeavors to keep accurate records of all attendees at our educational events.

View Dr. Muller's comments about the new series here.



onWORD is a new series of Bible teaching events offered at the E P Wahl Centre. Our first series will be a six-week study of the Book of Acts, featuring Dr. Willy Muller. Dr. Muller was a legendary professor at Taylor (1964-1990), and has been involved in pastoral work and world missions since.