Teaching

Current Teaching Assistantships

    Past Teaching Assistantships

    • Winter2019

      TRJ2631 Anglican History and Theology

      Introductory Anglican history course.

      Major themes included the development of distinct Anglican identity, and sources of authority and unity.

      Professor:Reverend Canon Dr. David Neelands
      Topics: Bede, Julian of Norwich, The Thirty-Nine Articles, Richard Hooker, Anglicanism and Culture, Truth and Reconciliation, Indigenous Anglican Self-Determination.

    • Fall2018

      TRT3566 Studies in Anglican Theology

      Final year MDiv course covering Anglican theology from the sixteenth to twenty-first centuries.

      Professor: Reverend Canon Dr. David Neelands
      Major themes: Formularies, Richard Hooker, John Wesley, Tractarians, and ARCIC.

    • Winter2018

      TRJ2631 Anglican History and Theology

      Introductory Anglican history course.

      Major themes included the development of distinct Anglican identity, and sources of authority and unity.

      Professor:Reverend Canon Dr. David Neelands
      Topics: Bede, Julian of Norwich, The Thirty-Nine Articles, Richard Hooker, Anglicanism and Culture, Truth and Reconciliation, Indigenous Anglican Self-Determination.

    • Fall2017

      TRT3566 Studies in Anglican Theology

      Final year MDiv course covering Anglican theology from the sixteenth to twenty-first centuries.

      Professor: Reverend Canon Dr. David Neelands
      Major themes: Formularies, Richard Hooker, John Wesley, Tractarians, and ARCIC.