Dr. Scott Masson
PhD, University of Durham, 2000
MA, University of Durham, England, 1995
BA (Hons), Huron College, UWO, 1990
Areas of Specialization: English and European romanticism, literary theory and hermeneutics; Christianity and literature
Dr. Masson has written a number of scholarly works related to his areas of specialization. In addition to his scholarly work, he is a certified translator in German, the product of time spent in Germany studying Classical languages.
Outside Tyndale, he serves as Associate Pastor of Westminster Chapel, a thriving church in downtown Toronto, and a Fellow of the Ezra Institute. He is also involved in planning Westminster Christian Academy, a Classical Christian Academy opening soon in Toronto.
|Repeating the Act of the Infinite in the Finite: Theological Anthropology in Coleridge’s Opus Maximum||Chapter||2006||978-90-429-1787-3|
|Romanticism and Christianity||Article||2011||978-1405157629|
|Romanticism, Hermeneutics and the Crisis of the Human Sciences||Book||2004||978-0754635031|
|Silence, Sublimity and Suppression in the Romantic Period||Book||2002||0-7734-7244-4|