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Posted on November 2, 2015 by kelly

Graham McIsaac was born and educated in Scotland, graduating from the Glasgow Academy, Glasgow Scotland in 1968 and obtaining a BA degree in business from Strathclyde University 1971. He qualified as a Chartered Accountant in Scotland 1974, in Alberta 1979 and in BC 1982. Graham was awarded the FCA by Institute of Chartered Accountants of BC November 2006.

His career includes work for Coopers & Lybrand Glasgow & Edmonton 1971-1977; Chief Accountant & VP Controller Canadian Commercial Bank, Edmonton 1977-1981; VP Finance & Administration Morguard Bank of Canada 1982-1987; CFO & COO Canwest Trust 1987-1990; and various positions with HSBC Bank Canada 1990- 2012. While at HSBC Graham was Chief Accountant, COO of Canadian Direct insurance, COO of HSBC Securities, SVP Controller and CFO from 2002-2012. He is currently a Non Executive Director of HSBC Latin America Holding Company.

Graham’s volunteer positions include: Past Board Member & Treasurer of Heart & Stroke Foundation of BC; Past Board Member & Treasurer of Family Services of North Shore; Past President & Board Member of Vancouver Chapter of Financial Executives Institute of Canada; Past Board Member and Chair of Finance & Administration Committee West Vancouver United Church; and currently President and Board Member of Capilano Golf & Country Club.

Graham is married to Fiona and has two daughters Karen & Jennifer.


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Does Biblical Interpretation Have a Prayer?

Posted on May 1, 2018 by Shannon

by Richard Topping We do not truly appreciate either the light which the church receives from the Bible, or the darkness which enshrouds it from the same, until we recognize in both, beyond all human effort and human refusal which is also present, the over-ruling power of the Word of God itself, either to exalt . . .


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VST announces Appointment of New Chancellor

Posted on January 26, 2018 by Shannon

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: JANUARY 26, 2018 Vancouver School of Theology is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Iain Black as its new Chancellor, as of January 1st, 2018. Mr. Black will be officially welcomed into the position at VST’s annual Convocation, taking place on Monday, May 7th, 2018. Mr. Black brings to VST a blend of . . .


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2018 VST Honorary Doctorates

Posted on January 9, 2018 by Shannon

Vancouver School of Theology announces recipients of 2018 Doctor of Divinity, Honoris Causa: DR. MARIE WILSON and THE REV. JAMES SCOTT. Vancouver School of Theology is pleased to announce the recipients of VST`s 2018 Doctor of Divinity, Honoris Causa, Dr. Marie Wilson and The Rev. James Scott. Both Rev. Scott and Dr. Wilson have played a . . .


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VST receives $400K Henry Luce Foundation grant

Posted on December 4, 2017 by Shannon

Vancouver School of Theology is pleased to announce that the school is the recipient of a major grant of $400,000 from the Henry Luce Foundation. This grant will be dispersed to VST over two years from the Luce Fund for Theological Education in support of the implementation of the Teaching House that Moves Around.  This . . .


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Reflections on the Reformation

Posted on December 1, 2017 by Shannon

Canadian Bruce Gordon, Titus Street Professor of Ecclesiastical History, offers some important thoughts around the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.  He writes “Reformation principals of a radical challenge to authorities, the questioning of established doctrines, and adherence to the Word are evident in Africa, Asia and South America.”  He makes the provocative suggestion that “Many . . .


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