The Rev. Dr. David A. R. Clark

Biography

The Rev. Dr. David A. R. Clark is an Adjunct Faculty member at Wycliffe College, a Unit Chaplain in the Canadian Armed Forces, and the Minister of New St. James Presbyterian Church (London). In 2021, he completed a Ph.D. at Wycliffe; his dissertation was entitled: “Jewish Scriptures in Nazi Germany: Dietrich Bonhoeffer and the Old Testament, 1932-1945.” At Wycliffe, he has taught on Bonhoeffer; at the Anne Tanenbaum Centre for Jewish Studies, he has taught on religious responses to the Holocaust.

Dr. Clark’s research explores biblical interpretation, Jewish-Christian relations, and post-Holocaust theology. His articles appear in Pro Ecclesia, Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations, The Scottish Journal of Theology, The Canadian-American Theological Review, and The Expository Times. He serves on the Committee on Ethics, Religion, and the Holocaust at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

He is married and loves spending time with his wife and young children.