Thomas Power

 Thomas Power
AddressWycliffe College
5 Hoskin Avenue
Toronto, ON

Adjunct Professor of Church History, Theological Librarian, Coordinator of Online Courses, and Coordinator of Internships MTS (Development), Wycliffe College

B.A., Trinity College, Dublin,
Ph.D., Trinity College, Dublin,
M.L.S., ,

Tom Power hails from Ireland where he was educated at Trinity College Dublin. He has taught history at the University of New Brunswick and the University of Toronto. He joined the faculty of Wycliffe College in 1998 as college librarian, and continues as theological librarian in the John W. Graham Library. As adjunct professor of church history his teaching interests focus on evangelical spirituality in the 18th century, Celtic Christianity, and Irish church history. He coordinates the web-enhancement of class-based courses and the development of online courses at Wycliffe. He is currently working on a new book provisionally entitled, Mines and Ministers: Religious Controversy in an Irish Mining Community, which deals with the impact of evangelicals on a copper mining community in mid-19th century Ireland. Tom enjoys Irish music and organizing walking/study tours in Ireland and Britain. He and his wife, Marlene, are the parents of two children.

Areas of Interest

Evangelical Spirituality;

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