Courses
History & Culture

  • May 15–May 26
    8:30AM–11:30AM
    2–3 Credits: $960–$1440
    2 Audit: $680
    HIST 518
    Regent College

    Early evangelical spirituality played a key role in the history of Christian devotion, preserving and renewing classical Christian themes in a modernizing world. Encounter the strong personalities and charismatic leaders who shaped this critical movement of spiritual renewal—Wesley,... Full course details

  • Jun 5–Jun 9
    1:30PM –4:30PM
    1–2 Credits: $480–$960
    1 Audit: $340
    INDS 551
    Regent College

    In a globalized world marked by religious plurality on the one hand and increasingly violent fundamentalism on the other, Christians convinced of Christ’s universal relevance face serious challenges in understanding how to communicate that relevance faithfully and respectfully. ... Full course details

  • Jul 3–Jul 7
    1:30PM–4:30PM
    1–2 Credits: $480–$960
    1 Audit: $340
    APPL 526
    Regent College

    North American evangelicalism has long struggled with the challenges of developing multiethnic churches. As the demographics of Christianity change throughout the world, churches face an ever-increasing need for culturally intelligent ministry. Explore the process of socio-cultur... Full course details

  • Jul 3–Jul 7
    8:30AM–11:30AM
    1–2 Credits: $480–$960
    1 Audit: $340
    APPL 540
    Regent College

    There are over 50 million refugees, asylum seekers, and displaced people in the world today. How do we respond to this staggering crisis? Once a refugee himself, Jesus modeled what it means to draw alongside the outsider and called us to do the same. Equip yourself to follow tha... Full course details

  • Jul 10–Jul 14
    1:30PM–4:30PM
    1–2 Credits: $480–$960
    1 Audit: $340
    APPL 551
    Regent College

    Right from its inception, the church was known for its generosity, hospitality, and compassion. What does that holistic identity mean for the church today? Explore ways to integrate the pursuit of justice into the fabric of your church’s worship, preaching, family life, and ongo... Full course details

  • Jul 10–Jul 14
    8:30AM–11:30AM
    1–2 Credits: $480–$960
    1 Audit: $340
    HIST 536
    Regent College

    Leading Christian thinkers Jonathan Edwards and C.S. Lewis make a fascinating comparison. Edwards was Reformed and a lover of high theology, while Lewis was a theological minimalist. Edwards was an 18th century American; Lewis, a 20th century Englishman. Yet they agreed on most thin... Full course details

  • Jul 10–Jul 14
    8:30AM–11:30AM
    1–2 Credits: $480–$960
    1 Audit: $340
    INDS 534
    Regent College

    What does it mean to be human? The dehumanizing effects of technologies such as robotics and artificial intelligence make it crucial that we answer this question well. A new awareness of the kingdom of God, built through greater cross-cultural understanding and communication, guards... Full course details

  • Jul 10–Jul 14
    1:30PM–4:30PM
    1–2 Credits: $480–$960
    1 Audit: $340
    INDS 577
    Regent College

    Poet Christian Wiman has provocatively observed that “poetry often does theology better than theology.” Study the work of gifted poets, including Wendell Berry, Mary Oliver, and Jane Kenyon, alongside writings by theologians and philosophers like Rowan Williams and Charles Taylor. C... Full course details

  • Jul 17–Jul 28
    8:30AM–11:30AM
    2–3 Credits: $960–$1440
    2 Audit: $680
    HIST 525
    Regent College

    The Protestant Reformation changed the church and the world. Explore the personalities, conflicts, events, and outcomes of both the Protestant Reformation and the Catholic renewal movement of the same era. Examine how these Reformations affected the people of their time and consider... Full course details

  • Jul 27–Jul 29
    9:30AM–4:30PM
    1–2 Credits: $480–$960
    1 Audit: $340
    INDS 537
    Regent College

    As image-bearers of the Creator God, we have the capacity and calling to search for creative solutions that have power to disrupt the cycle of violence and foster a cycle of healing. Develop your moral imagination: explore real-life case studies and learn how arts-based strategies c... Full course details

  • Jul 31–Aug 4
    1:30PM –4:30PM
    1–2 Credits: $480–$960
    1 Audit: $340
    HIST 521
    Regent College

    Throughout history, many Christians have discovered that imprisonment can foster a subversive spirituality of freedom and communion: freedom from the shackles of imprisonment, both physical and spiritual, and communion with those both within prison and without. Join us as we explore... Full course details