Dr. Don Burke presents: Salvation for Both Worlds

Our next Earl Robinson Memorial Lecture will take place Tuesday, October 26 at 7:00pm.

Dr. Don Burke will present Salvation for Both Worlds: Toward a Wesleyan/Biblical Social Mission

Don Burke came to Booth University College when it opened in 1982 and has served the College as a Professor of Biblical Studies since then. He has also served as Adjunct Professor of Religion at the University of Manitoba.

Dr. Burke is a biblical scholar whose studies and teaching have focused on the Old Testament. However, his broad theological interests include the New Testament, church history, Wesleyan studies and theology. His BA is from Wilfrid Laurier University, and both his MA and Ph.D. are from the University of St Michael’s College (Toronto School of Theology) in Toronto.

As a professor, Dr. Burke loves to be in the classroom with students. The interaction that takes place there inspires him. Students consistently express appreciation for his knowledge, teaching and concern for their success. A lifelong Salvationist, Dr. Burke was raised in the Brantford Citadel Corps where he received his earliest introduction to Christian faith.


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