Cole Hartin is a PhD candidate at Wycliffe College, Toronto, working on the interpretation of Scripture in the Victorian Church of England, with a focus on Richard Chenevix Trench.
He has completed an MA in theology from the University of St. Michael’s College and a BA in religion from Summit Pacific College. He is a postulant in the Diocese of Fredericton and serves as discipleship ministry associate at St. Matthew’s, Islington, on the West End of Toronto.
Cole is married to Amy, and is father to Ambrose and Isaac. In his spare time, Cole enjoys roasting, tasting, and drinking coffee, jogging, films, haunting thrift stores, and occasionally writing bios in the third person.