Dr. Jo-Ann Badley (TSC) 博士

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Dr. Badley teaches New Testament and Hermeneutics.  She is interested in what it means to read the Bible as scripture, both as a practical question for interpretation and as a pedagogical question for theological education.  She recently was invited to serve on the Evangelical-Roman Catholic dialogue and is interested in ecumenical conversations.  Her current research is on a Protestant theology of Mary, the Mother of Jesus.  She is a member of the Society of Biblical Literature.


PhD (Toronto School of Theology)
MCS (Regent College, Vancouver)
BA (Honours, University of Regina)

Recent Conference Presentations

Leading Toward Theological Diversity (Association of Theological Schools: Chief Academic Officers Society, Orlando, 2017

What is Mary doing in Acts?  (Society of Biblical Literature, 2015)

An Evangelical Perspective on Religious Pluralism (Calgary Council of Christians and Jews, 2015)