Wycliffe College Blog

Vestigia Dei  – is a Latin term meaning “traces of God.” As a theological term it is associated with natural theology – that is, the view that there are vestiges of God within creation. We’ve chosen this term as the title of the Wycliffe College blog because our hope is that through these writings, readers might glimpse evidences for God as our writers interact with the wider world.

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What is Christian Conversion? An Anglican Conversation

Join us June 14 and 15, in person and online as we delve into conversion to Christianity through an Anglican conversation. Using a broadly Anglican approach, recognized speakers will discuss conversion as a response to what God has done for and in us, which puts us on a pilgrimage with Christ. 

Explore Christian Conversion by what God has done for us and in Us!

Through myriad speakers, cradle Anglicans, and those new to the faith, will be equipped to better share their own and other Christian stories of turning, forsaking sin, and becoming more intentional about their Christian pilgrimage. 


Elusive Accountability: Navigating the complexities of personality, power, and privilege in Christian leadership

Join us June 21, at 7 p.m. in the Great Hall, for a candid pub-night conversation with author and speaker, Dr. Vince Vitale, as he addresses some of the inner dynamics of the Ravi Zacharias ministry scandal. Vince was as part of the inner leadership circle of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (RZIM), and witnessed some of the organizational missteps that transpired as the truth of Zacharias’ activities were coming to light.

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Wycliffe’s MDiv is a rich, robust program that equips me for future ministry in the context of a Christlike academic community.
Wilson Akinwale, MDiv student
I have been amazed by the warmly supportive professors and the top-notch research resources available at Wycliffe.
Andy Kuo, PhD student
I appreciate the synthesis between theology and practice.  As a practitioner, I’ve gained knowledge to hone skills and clarify thoughts in the discipline of Development.
Earnest Tupe, MTSD student
As a full-time pastor, the ThM allows me to both remain in ministry and learn in an ecumenical and challenging environment.
Tyler Tavares, ThM student
If you want to prepare for a Ph.D. or pursue a second master’s degree to improve yourself in the field of theology, I recommend you consider this program.
Dae-Eun Kim, MA student
This program has given me structure and motivation to explore a ministry-related problem and challenged me to go deeper than by following a self-directed course of study.
Stephanie Douglas, DMin student
I’ve grown in the way I read God’s word. I was missing some things crucial for understanding, and for appreciating the beauty and purity of the text.
Gustavo Rizzo, MTS student
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