Mark Elliott will be a part-time professorial fellow at Wycliffe College in Toronto beginning April 1.
As an associate member of the Toronto School of Theology, Elliott will assist the college in teaching and providing direction for doctoral research in the areas of patristics, the history of the interpretation of Scripture, and biblical and systematic theology.
“Professor Elliott is an outstanding scholar with an international reputation,” said Bishop Stephen Andrews, principal of Wycliffe. “He will add depth to our faculty as we build our Wycliffe Centre for Scripture and Theology.
“He also has a heart for the Church and for the college’s mission: ‘To educate people for practical ministry and theological scholarship in Christ’s global church and the world.’ His volunteer work with Langham Partnership, which supports doctoral students from the Majority World, complements our program very well as we have three Langham Scholars at Wycliffe now.”
Elliott is the editor of nine books and the author of eight.
Elliott will teach his first course at Wycliffe in late April, leading a graduate seminar with Ephraim Radner on the unity of the Church.
Adapted from Wycliffe College