Although the pandemic prevented us from gathering in person for a second straight year, Tyndale’s annual Wesley Studies Symposium went ahead with an online event, and it was surprising to see that we had our highest registration to-date. We had an excellent group of presentations, all of which were recorded and are now posted on the Tyndale Seminary YouTube Channel. I’ve also linked them below.
- Joel Thiessen, “Signs of Life and Vitality in Canadian Congregations: Drawing on Data to Inform Practice.”
- Christopher Payk, “Prevenient Grace and Chinese Theology.”
- Matthew McEwen, “Ignatius of Loyola and John Wesley: A Conversation About Scripture.”
- Barbara Robinson, “‘I earnestly desire him to be electrified’: John Wesley, the formative Salvation Army and ‘Irregular’ Medicine.”
- Jason Mills, “Virtual Virtue: Exploring the Fruitfulness of Online Pastoral Education.”
- Gerry Mielke, “Christian Perfection, from Wesley to Phoebe Palmer.”
- Charles Meeks, “Recovering a Wesleyan Sense of Open Table Communion for Anglicans with the Help of a Lutheran.”
We have also announced plans for next year’s symposium (April 26, 2022) on women in the Holiness and Pentecostal traditions, jointly hosted by Master’s Pentecostal Seminary. See the Symposium webpage for further information.