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The Rev. Dr. Ron Kydd

An Anglican priest, Ron currently teaches church history at Tyndale Seminary where his focus includes research on the development of Christianity in the East, especially China. His PhD from St. Andrew’s University, Scotland examined charismatic gifts in the early church prior to 320AD. Ron served as a member of the international Pentecostal/Roman Catholic Dialogue for eight years prior to becoming an Anglican.



The Rt. Rev. William J. Anderson

Bishop Anderson leads the Anglican Diocese of Caledonia in the Ecclesiastical Province of British Columbia and the Yukon. Since his consecration in 2001, Bishop Bill has been distinguished for his clear articulation of the major issues facing the Anglican Church today. He speaks truth to power with conviction and courage. He is one of a dozen or so bishops called the Gracious Restraint Bishops for their commitment to the Windsor Report moratoria. Bishop Bill fulfills the role of Episcopal Visitor for the Anglican Communion Alliance. 


Professor Brad Faught

As Chair of the History Department at Tyndale University College, Brad brings a speciality in Modern British Imperial, Military, Political, and Religious History. With a PhD from the University of Toronto that encompassed Modern Britain, Africa, and Canada, Brad has been the recipient of numerous academic awards. His substantial publications reflect these interests in addition to his Anglican orientation. Brad is a former warden at St. Clement’s Anglican Church and has just been appointed a Trustee of Wycliffe College. He will give the keynote lecture at the 120th anniversary commemoration of the birth of Margery Perham at Nuffield College, Oxford, September, 2015.


The Rev. Dr. Ephraim Radner

As Professor of Historical Theology at Wycliffe College, Ephraim teaches and supervises an array of subjects that includes Ecclesiology, Anglican Theology, Pneumatology, Jansenism, Systematic Theology, Christology, and Ecumenical Theology. His ministerial experience encompassed teaching and directing Matana Theological College, Burundi, Africa, and later his tenure as rector of the Episcopal Church of the Ascension, Pueblo, CO. Ephraim is a member of the Anglican Communion Covenant Design Group and is a widely published author with a demanding speaking schedule. 


Tiffany Robinson

With an MA from Regent College and an MPhil in Systematic Theology from University of Cambridge, Tiffany is currently completing a PhD dissertation at Wycliffe College on the relationship between Christian doctrine and the redemption of spatiality.  Out of her experience as a lay leader in children's ministries, she recently co-wrote a booklet for lay practitioners titled Reimagining Children in the Church:  A Fresh Approach to Raising our Children in Christ (co-authored with Rev. Dr. Val Michaelson) in which some of the current approaches to children's catechesis are challenged and practical options are proposed.