Brad Doerksen, MA, MSc

Director of the Archibald LibraryInstructor in History Faculty of Maintenance


BAR Rocky Mountain College, 1996
MA Briercrest College and Seminary, 2002
M.Sc. Robert Gordon University, 2006


Brad likes the diversity that his job brings; from book selection and collecting statistics to managing a budget, changing light bulbs, and sorting books, no two days are ever the same in the library. He enjoys helping students learn, whether it’s the history of Christianity, how to find information in the library, or doing better research. Brad is also passionate about the church and is involved in a local congregation as part of a house church leadership team. He’s an avid fan of hockey and football (go Coyotes and Bombers), he and enjoys cycling and canoeing.


  • “A Fragile Stone: The Emotional Life of Simon Peter” [book review] The Christian Librarian. 47, no. 2 (Spring 2004) 74-75.
  • “Did Jonathan Edwards Change His Mind?” in Scholarship in the Plain: Essays in Honour of Bruce Hindmarsh ed. Carla Hoffmann. Caronport, SK: Vanidee Press, 2001.


Canadian Library Association

Saskatchewan Library Association

American Theological Library Association

Association of Christian Librarians

Prairie Association of Christian Librarians