The Reverend Ephraim Radner, PhD


Professor of Historical Theology
Wycliffe College

PhD, Yale University
AB, Dartmouth College, Theology

Prior to his appointment as Professor of Historical Theology, Rev. Dr. Radner, was rector of the Episcopal Church of the Ascension, Pueblo, Colorado, His range of ministerial experience includes Burundi, where he worked as a missionary, Haiti, inner-city Cleveland, and Connecticut. He has taught at seminaries in Connecticut and Colorado. In the Anglican Communion context he is a member of the Covenant Design Group. He is a violinist, hiker, and traveler. He is married to the Rev. Annette Brownlee, and they are the parents of Hannah, and Isaac.


Major Publications

Reclaiming faith: essays on orthodoxy in the Episcopal Church and the Baltimore declaration (1993).

Inhabiting unity: theological perspectives on the proposed Lutheran-Episcopal Concordat (1995)

The rule of faith : Scripture, canon, and creed in a critical age(1998)
Spirit and nature: the Saint-Médard miracles in 18th-century Jansenism (2002)

Hope among the fragments: the broken church and its engagement of Scripture (2004)

The fate of Communion: the agony of Anglicanism and the future of a global church (2006)

Leviticus (2007)

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