Al Wolters

Al Wolters is Professor Emeritus of Religion and Theology/Classical Languages at Redeemer University College. He served as a Senior Member at the Institute for Christian Studies in Toronto from 1974-1984, received his doctorate in philosophy from the Free University of Amsterdam in 1972, and is the author of Creation Regained: Biblical Basics for a Reformational Worldview.

Born in the Netherlands in 1942, Wolters immigrated with his parents to Canada in 1948. He graduated from Calvin College in 1964, and taught at Redeemer from 1984 to 2012.

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