J. Glen Taylor

Associate Professor of Old Testament Interpretation and Proclamation, Wycliffe College

B.A., Calgary University,
Th.M., Dallas University,
M.Phil., Yale University,
Ph.D., Yale University,

Glen comes from Calgary where he acquired an early mentoring in preaching and a passion for a career in Old Testament studies. He is Wycliff’s Associate Professor of Old Testament and Biblical Proclamation, as well as being cross-appointed to the Centre for the Study of Religion and in the Department of Near and Middle Eastern Languages and Civilizations at the University of Toronto. His research and teaching interests include ancient northwest Semitic languages (especially Hebrew and Ugaritic), Genesis, Psalms and Hosea, the worship of pagan gods in ancient Israel, and homosexuality and same-gender unions. Currently his research interests focus on biblical inspiration and the Christology of the Hebrew Psalter. Articles by Glen have appeared in The Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, Ugarit-Forschungen, and The Biblical Archaeologist. He was formerly a Barton Fellow at the Albright Institute of Archaeological Research in Jerusalem. He serves as an Anglican priest in a country parish north of the Muskokas in the summer. He is married to Marion Taylor, Wycliff’s other Old Testament professor. They have three teenaged children.

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