Marion Taylor

 Marion Taylor
AddressWycliffe College
5 Hoskin Avenue
Toronto, ON

Professor of Old Testament and Basic Degree Director, Wycliffe College

B.A., M.A., Toronto,
M.Div., Knox/Toronto,
S.T.M., M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., Yale,

Raised in Toronto, Marion has been teaching Old Testament at Wycliffe since the mid-1980s. She loves teaching an introductory Old Testament course.
the Old Testament. She also teaches courses on Jeremiah, Old Testament Theology, Women of the Old Testament, Bad Boys and Bad Girls of the Bible, Women Interpreters of the Bible, Psalms and the History of Old Testament Interpretation.
She has recently published Let her Speak for Herself: Nineteenth-century Women Writing on Women in Genesis with Heather Weir. She has just completed a co-edited a volume of essays on nineteenth-century women interpreters with Christiana de Groot of Calvin College. Recovering Nineteenth-Century Women Interpreters will be released later this year as part of the Society of Biblical Literature’s Symposium series. She is currently preparing a biographical dictionary of women interpreters of Scripture. She has received several research grants to support her projects related to women interpreters of Scripture, most recently one from the Lilly Endowment.
She is married to Glen Taylor, the other Old Testament professor at Wycliffe, and they have three
teenagers and a dog. She loves to spend time reading and writing at their cottage in northern Ontario. She teaches Sunday School during the academic year and in the summer months is a lay reader in the
little Anglican church on Eagle Lake. She collects nineteenth century books on the Bible written by women.

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