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Biblical Studies 3022-Q:  An Introduction to the Psalms  -- Spring/Summer 2015    

  • Format:  On-Line 
  • Start Date:  May 11th, 2015

 Moral Theology 3640-Q Contemporary Issues in Public Theology 2015

  • Format:  Intensive
  • Start Date:  March 30th, 2015
  • Location:  Queen's College, St. John's, NL

Diploma in Theology and Ministry 2015 - Year B

  • Format:  In Class
  • Start Date:  April 17th, 2015
  • Location:  St. Mary's Parish Hall, Clarenville, NL


For Holy Week, Queen’s College is pleased to announced that the Rev. Dr. Ephraim Radner, Professor of Historical Theology from Wycliffe College, University of Toronto, will be the Scholar-in-Residence between Monday, March 30 and Friday, April 3.

You are invited to join us as we progress through Holy Week with the theme, The Wisdom of the Cross: How the Scripture Tells Us about the Author’s Death. Dr. Radner will be undertaking daily reflections in the worshiping life of the community of Queen’s College.

Detailed schedule of events for Dr. Radner’s visit is as follows:  HOLY WEEK LITURGIES - Radner(1).docx

If you are interested in attending some of the sessions, please let Dr. Faseruk know that you will be coming If you are staying for lunch a modest charge will apply.

If you wish to be present for all the sessions and you wish to gain course credit, please contact Dr. faseruk for the course requirements and registration information.

Below is Dr. Radner’s  bio  with his major publications.

AB (Dartmouth College), Ph.D. (Yale)

Prior to his appointment as Professor of Historical Theology, Rev. Dr. Radner, was rector of the Episcopal Church of the Ascension, Pueblo, Colorado, His range of ministerial experience includes Burundi, where he worked as a missionary, Haiti, inner-city Cleveland, and Connecticut. He has taught at seminaries in Connecticut and Colorado. In the Anglican Communion context he is a member of the Covenant Design Group. He is a violinist, hiker, and traveler. He is married to the Rev. Annette Brownlee, and they are the parents of Hannah and Isaac.

Major Publications

Reclaiming faith: essays on orthodoxy in the Episcopal Church and the Baltimore declaration (1993).

Inhabiting unity: theological perspectives on the proposed Lutheran-Episcopal Concordat (1995)

The rule of faith : Scripture, canon, and creed in a critical age(1998)

Hope among the fragments: the broken church and its engagement of Scripture (2004)

The fate of Communion: the agony of Anglicanism and the future of a global church (2006)

Leviticus (2007)

Spirit and Nature: the Saint Medard Miracles in 18th-century Jansenism (2002)

The World in the Shadow of God:an introduction to Christian natural theology (2010)

A Brutal Unity: the Spiritual Politics of the Christian Church (2012)


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