More Links


Public Lecture

Imagining Our Neighbours as Ourselves: the Arts, Empathy, and the Christian Imagination

Wednesday, Jun 27, 2018 at 7:30PM - 9:00 PM

This event has now ended. Please view this page to see all our upcoming events.


In his 1940 novel, The Power and the Glory, Graham Greene’s whiskey priest concludes that “hate was just a failure of imagination.” Like so many other prophetic artists, Greene shows us that in order to love, we must be able to effectively imagine the lives of others. We must, however, learn how to imagine both truthfully and compassionately because the imagination can be used both for dehumanization and rehumanization. In this lecture, we will look at literature, film, photography, and music that provide us with opportunities to expand, rather than constrict, our imaginations for the sake of loving our neighbours as ourselves.

This lecture is part of our 2018 Summer Evening Public Lecture Series.

Live-stream Lecture Here

Regent College Chapel

Paid parking at Regent College & UBC

Speaking at this Event


Mary McCampbell

Associate Professor of Humanities (Lee University)

Application for Admission

Let's Get Started

Please enter a first name.
Please enter a last name.
Please enter a valid email address.
Please enter a phone number.
Please choose the first option that applies.

Already Started an Application?

That email address does not have an active application. Please begin an application, or contact admissions staff at for help.

Want to know more about the application process?

Learn More

Fill out the form below and one of our Admissions Counsellors will be happy to contact you.

If you have any additional questions please ask them here.

For more information on how we collect, use, and disclose your personal information, please see our Privacy Policy. EU residents please also see our GDPR Compliance Statement