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To help you get a taste of Regent College, we have provided free mp3 audio downloads of lectures by some of our faculty members.


Hans Boersma

J.I. Packer Professor of Theology
Hans Boersma's books include Heavenly Participation: The Weaving of a Sacramental Tapestry (Eerdmans, 2011) and Nouvelle Théologie and Sacramental Ontology: A Return to Mystery (Oxford Univ. Press, 2009). Before coming to teach at Regent in 2005, Dr. Boersma taught for six years at Trinity Western University, and served as a pastor for several years.

Audio Sample: "The Cross in Evangelical Doctrine"


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Craig Gay

Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies
Craig Gay lectures at Regent in the area of Christianity and Culture, directs Regent’s Master of Theology degree program, is the Associate Academic Dean of Regent College, and is the Interim Director of the John Richard Allison Library. He is the author of, among other books, Dialogue, Catalogue, and Monologue, and The Way of the (Modern) World: Or, Why It’s Tempting to Live as if God Doesn’t Exist.

Audio Sample: "After Post-Modernity...What?"


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Ross Hastings

Associate Professor, Pastoral Theology
Ross teaches at Regent College in the areas of the theology and spirituality of mission, pastoral theology, and ethics. He has earned two PhDs, one in organometallic chemistry, and the other in theology. Before coming to Regent, he served as a pastor in Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia.

Audio Sample: "Christian Mission Today"


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Bruce Hindmarsh

James M. Houston Professor of Spiritual Theology
Bruce Hindmarsh took his DPhil in theology at Oxford and was a research fellow at Christ Church, Oxford. He publishes and lectures to international audiences on the history of early evangelicalism, and has taught spiritual theology at Regent College since 2001.

Audio Sample: "The Medium is the Message: Spiritual Experience in the Personal Letters of the Early Evangelicals"


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Don Lewis

Professor, Church History
Don has written numerous articles and book reviews for both popular and academic periodicals and has recently completed a book on the nineteenth century background to the rise of Christian Zionism. Don has served as Regent College Academic Dean and the Dean of Regent's Summer School . He is also the Secretary of the College's Anglican Studies Program. He and his wife Lindi live in Vancouver.

Audio Sample: "'Evangelicals and Jews Together': The Origins of Christian Zionism"


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Iain Provan

Marshall Sheppard Professor of Biblical Studies
Iain has written numerous articles and several books, including commentaries on Lamentations, 1 and 2 Kings, Ecclesiastes and Song of Songs. He also co-authored A Biblical History of Israel with Phil Long and Tremper Longman.

Sample Audio: "What's the Use of Old Testament Studies Anyway?"


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Iwan Russell-Jones

Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies, Head of Christianity and the Arts Program
Iwan is an award-winning filmmaker, theologian, and writer. He has over 25 years of experience as a producer and director for the BBC, in both television and radio and has had the privilege of working with Desmond Tutu, Rowan Williams (Archbishop of Canterbury); and leading Christian apologists and authors, Malcolm and Kitty Muggeridge. For four years, he taught at Columbia Theological Seminary in Atlanta, where he set up a new department to explore the interaction between faith, media, and contemporary culture.

Audio Sample: "Hidden Creeds: Sacred Themes in Popular Culture"


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John Stackhouse

Sangwoo Youtong Chee Professor of Theology
John Stackhouse is an advisory editor at Christianity Today, a contributing editor at Books & Culture, and a consulting editor at Christian History & Biography. He is the author of more than five hundred articles, book chapters, and reviews, as well as many books.

Audio Sample: "Why God Didn't Make You More Beautiful Than You Are"


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Diane Stinton

Associate Professor of Mission Studies
Diane specializes in the study of World Christianity, particularly in theological developments in the global South. She has taught theology for many years in Kenya, where she helped launch two new programs: an MTh in African Christianity at Daystar University, and an MTh in World Christianity at the Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology (NEGST). She is the author of Jesus of Africa: Voices of Contemporary Christology and the editor of African Theology on the Way: Current Conversations.

Audio Sample: "Jesus of Africa"


Rikk Watts

Professor of New Testament
In addition to his Regent responsibilities, Rikk's passion for biblical teaching ensures he is kept busy speaking at a variety of teaching programs. His latest book is a commentary on the use of the Old Testament in Mark.

Audio Sample: "Paul, Jesus, and Following the Rock (1 Cor. 1:10): Why Guessing and God Do Not Go Together"


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Loren Wilkinson

Professor, Interdisciplinary Studies & Philosophy
Loren has written many scholarly and popular articles developing a Christian environmental ethic and exploring the human relationship to the natural world in its environmental, aesthetic, scientific and religious dimensions. His books include Earthkeeping: Christian Stewardship of Natural Resources and Caring for Creation in Your Own Backyard (co-authored with Mary Ruth Wilkinson). Loren lives on Galiano Island with his wife, Mary Ruth. They have two adult children and two grandchildren.

Audio Sample: "Triune God and the Way of Love"


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Paul Williams

Academic Dean and David J. Brown Family Associate Professor of Marketplace Theology and Leadership
Paul Williams has held senior leadership roles and helped pioneer new entrepreneurial start-ups in marketplace, church and academy. He brings prayerful and critical consideration, leadership expertise, and a background in economics, political philosophy and theology to the church's missional engagement with contemporary culture. He has a passion for the local church and to see it confident of the gospel in the secular public square.

Audio Sample: "Curing Capitalism: Can We Avoid Another Crisis?"


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Sarah Williams

Associate Professor, Church History
Sarah specializes in nineteenth- and twentieth-century social and cultural history. Her work engages with anthropology, sociology, and critical social theory in order to develop an integrated approach to the study of modern religiosity. Among her publications are Religious Belief and Popular Culture (1999).

Audio Sample: "The Historian as Bard and Prophet: Tacitus, Machiavelli, Gibon, and Regent"


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Rod Wilson

President and Professor, Counselling and Psychology
Rod has been involved in the field of counselling and consulting for over thirty years and held various positions at Tyndale College and Seminary in Toronto. For five years he was pastor of a growing church in the suburbs of Toronto. Rod has written several books, most recently How Do I Help a Hurting Friend?

Audio Sample: "Sensuality, Passion, and Emotion: Friends or Foes?"


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