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December 14, 2017

Diane Stinton on Regent’s 2017 Christmas Appeal

As Regent’s Dean of Students and Associate Professor of Mission Studies and World Christianity, Diane Stinton has a unique perspective on on Regent’s approach to theological education for the whole people of God. Below, she reflects on the Regent community and its habit of looking outward—and why this habit matters so much in late 2017. ...

November 21, 2017

Dr. James Houston Turns 95

We are delighted to wish a very happy ninety-fifth birthday to our dear friend and one of our founding fathers, Dr. James Houston. Dr. Houston, known affectionately to many as Jim, was appointed Regent's first Principal in 1970. Since that time, he has served our community faithfully in a number of capacities, blessing us with his verve, insi...

 

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November 17, 2017

Remembering Ken Smith

Regent College has lost one of its founding fathers. Kenneth Oswald Smith passed away on Tuesday, November 14 at the age of 90. A member of Regent's founding Board of Governors, Ken has the distinction of having given the school its name “Regent.” He is one of only two people to have received an honorary doctorate from the college. A lover of mu...

November 10, 2017

ReFrame: Brazilian Portuguese Translation Finished

The ReFrame Office is thrilled to announce that ReFrame is now available with Brazilian Portuguese subtitles! We are thankful for the amazing ways God worked to make this project possible. Late last year, Regent College received a generous gift to fund a Portuguese subtitled version of ReFrame, the video-based small group res...

October 31, 2017

Ann Thakkar on Suffering, Spiritual Formation, and the Problem with Theodicy

In this interview, Ann Thakkar, Scholar-in-Residence at Regent (2017-18), explores the relationship between suffering and Christian spiritual formation. Find out what unexpected spiritual practice helped her through her own path of suffering, and hear her not-so-glowing review of disembodied approaches to theodicy. Ann is a recent graduate from ...

October 31, 2017

Pilgrimage in the Holy Land Then and Now: The Conway Bursary Presentation

Third year MA Theo Studies student Antje Carrel is the recipient of this year's Conway Holy Land Travel Bursary. She will be recounting her trip to the Holy Land, and giving a presentation of her research at Regent on Nov 16. Below is a preview of her presentation, which will explore historical and current Protestant views on pilgrimage. I fou...

September 19, 2017

Introducing Regent’s New MA in Leadership, Theology & Society

Regent College is thrilled to announce the launch of a new graduate program, the Master of Arts in Leadership, Theology, and Society. With this new 24-month master’s degree, Regent continues to grow its vision for providing first-rate theological training to emerging and established leaders in the workplace. Weaving together lea...

September 27, 2017

Echoes of Coinherence: Dr. Ross Hastings Discusses his New Book

Dr. Ross Hastings, Sangwoo Youtong Chee Associate Professor of Theology at Regent, just published his fourth book, Echoes of Coinherence: Trinitarian Theology and Science Together. This book, which is part of an ongoing science and theology initiative at Regent funded by the John Templeton Foundation,* was launched at Regent College wi...

July 31, 2017

President's Update, Part 1

Regent College's President, Dr. Jeffrey P. Greenman, is eager to answer a frequently asked question: “How is Regent?” Recently, he got together with the Chair of Regent's Board of Governors, Roger Laing, to reflect on the College's finances, community life, and future plans. In this video, Jeff and Roger share their thoughts with Regent's fr...

July 31, 2017

President's Update, Part 2

In this message, President Jeffrey P. Greenman and some faculty, staff, and student friends share stories and updates about life at Regent College. Want to help make stories like these possible in the coming year and beyond? Regent relies on donations for over 30 percent of its budget. Consider making a gift to support Regent's mission. For a ...

July 28, 2017

Jessica Van Der Wyngaard Shares Vision for "I Survived I Kissed Dating Goodbye," Her Upcoming Documentary

Regent student Jessica Van Der Wyngaard is currently in the planning stages of filming a documentary which traces her fellow Regent student Josh Harris's process as he re-evaluates his popular 1997 book, I Kissed Dating Goodbye. The book, which Josh wrote when he was 21 years old, became the go-to romantic relationship instruction book f...

July 07, 2017

New Library Direction for Regent College and Carey Theological College

Carey Theological College and Regent College are pleased to announce that, effective July 1, 2017, Regent College has agreed to take over full ownership and operation of the John Richard Allison Library, while Carey Theological College develops a new electronic library resource for its online students. Regent College and Carey Theological Colleg...

July 04, 2017

New Chinese Ministry Scholarship Announced

Regent College is very pleased to announce the introduction of a new scholarship for Chinese Students. The Chinese Ministry Scholarship, provided by an anonymous donor, supports rigorous theological education for Chinese students who are committed to serving the Chinese church when their studies are complete. The generous gift will su...

June 28, 2017

Don't Miss Out: Important Updates to Regent's Email Resources

Regent College has recently launched a revitalization of our email resources! This effort coincides with a key June 30 deadline in Canada’s anti-spam law. Here’s Amy Anderson, Regent’s Director of Communication and Public Engagement, to unpack what these changes mean for our readers. Amy, can you briefly describe what the College has done...

June 26, 2017

Remembering Dr. John Conway

The Regent College community mourns the loss of Dr. John Conway, a long-time friend of the college. Dr. Conway passed away on June 23, 2017, with his family at his side. Dr. Conway taught in the University of British Columbia’s Department of History for nearly 40 years, specializing in the study of the German church during the Na...

June 16, 2017

Jenny-Lyn de Klerk Resurrects the Puritans at Allison Library

If you haven’t taken a wander through the Rare Books Room at the Allison Library, it’s about time you do so. That’s where Regent houses the collection that entails the Puritan Book Project, consisting of about 3,000 works, many of them from the personal libraries of Drs. Jim Packer and James Houston. The collection is already a remark...

June 13, 2017

Engaging the Moral Imagination: An Interview With Laurel Borisenko

In this interview, Regent alumna Laurel Borisenko discusses the role of the artistic imagination in envisioning and enacting alternatives to violence. Laurel has spent the past 15 years working in humanitarian aid and peace-building with both the United Nations and faith-based NGOs, primarily in sub-Saharan Africa. Her PhD resea...

May 30, 2017

Allison Library Joins ATLA’s Reciprocal Borrowing Program

Current Regent students and faculty have just attained borrowing privileges in nearly 100 libraries across North America through the American Theological Library Association’s Reciprocal Borrowing Program. Theological bibliophiles (ie. Regent people) rejoice! We sat down with Cindy Aalders, Acting Library Director of the John Richard Allison Lib...

May 19, 2017

Dr. Steven Garber Appointed Professor of Marketplace Theology and Leadership

Regent College is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Steven Garber as Professor of Marketplace Theology and Leadership, beginning August 2017. Dr. Garber is an award-winning author and teacher who has spoken widely on the nexus of faith, vocation, and culture. He holds a PhD in the Philosophy of Learning from Pennsylvania Sta...

May 17, 2017

Following Jesus the Incarcerated One: An Interview with Dr. Paul Lim

In this interview, Paul Lim discusses the power of prison writings to communicate a potent desire for God, embody spiritual freedom, and provide an arena for deep self-examination. Paul Lim is an award-winning historian of Reformation and post-Reformation England. He teaches at Vanderbilt Divinity School and at Vanderbilt's C...

April 28, 2017

Regent Appoints Dr. George Guthrie as Professor of New Testament

Regent College is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. George Guthrie as Professor of New Testament, beginning September 2018. Dr. Guthrie is an internationally recognized New Testament scholar. He comes to Regent from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee, where he is currently the Benjamin W. Perry Professor of Bible. He is...

May 16, 2017

Andrew Loke: Healing the Relationship Between Science and Faith

In this short interview, Dr. Andrew Loke explains the how prayer and careful analysis provide important starting points for understanding the complex relationship between science and the Christian faith. Andrew Loke is Research Assistant Professor at The University of Hong Kong. He did his PhD at King’s College London under professor Alister McG...

May 12, 2017

Interview with James and Chris Houston on Their Upcoming Workshop: "For Goodness' Sake"

James and Chris Houston are leading a workshop, May 26–27, entitled "For Goodness' Sake: Christian Identity and Business Leadership." The father son team met up in Cambridge, England, to tell us how the idea was born and to give us a sneak peek into what to expect from the workshop. Read the interview below, or see the full details of the wor...

May 11, 2017

Regent Recognizes Carl Armerding and Ward Gasque as Professors Emeriti

Regent College is pleased to announce the appointment of two new professors emeriti: Carl E. Armerding and W. Ward Gasque. Ward and Carl's manifold contributions to Regent were warmly remembered and celebrated in an address by President Jeffrey Greenman at the 47th Convocation of Regent College. Both Carl and Ward were present at the ceremony...

May 04, 2017

Encountering the Historical Jesus: An Interview with Dr. Darrell Bock

In this short interview, Dr. Darrell Bock addresses the modern contention that there is discrepancy between the historical Jesus and the Jesus of the gospels, and gives suggestions on ways to engage fruitfully with these debates. Darrell is the Senior Research Professor of New Testament Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary. He ha...

April 20, 2017

Living Faithfully with Those of Other Faiths—An Interview with Dr. Ivan Satyavrata

In this short interview, Ivan Satyavrata (PhD, Oxford Centre for Mission Studies) shares theological and practical insight on how to navigate the potential difficulties of relationship with those of different faiths. Ivan serves as Senior Pastor of a multilingual congregation of about 4,000 in Kolkata, India, whose social outreach provi...

April 06, 2017

Regent College Appoints Dr. Rikk Watts As Research Professor

Regent College is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Rikk E. Watts as Research Professor of New Testament. This appointment is a continuation of Dr. Watts’s long relationship with the Regent College community, which goes back to 1997. During his time at Regent he taught across the biblical studies curriculum, and contrib...

April 21, 2017

Making Peace with Creation Study Guide Now Available

In this interview, Iwan Russell-Jones, director of the recently released documentary, Making Peace with Creation, shares about the newly released study guide for the film. The guide will provide resources for individuals and groups to go deeper with the theological themes and the poetry that are featured in the film. Iwan, tha...

March 13, 2017

Regent Appoints Dr. Joshua Coutts as Lecturer in New Testament

Regent College is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Joshua Coutts as Lecturer in New Testament, effective from August 1, 2017 to May 31, 2018. Dr. Coutts describes himself as “deeply shaped by the ethos and culture of Regent,” resonating deeply with the school’s “focus on both informing and transforming Christians for life in the market...

March 22, 2017

Scholarships and Financial Assistance Now Available for Pastors and Leaders Conference 2017

A generous donor has recently given funds toward scholarships and financial assistance for the Regent College Pastors Leaders Conference 2017. Our hope and the hope of the donor is that finances will not be a hindrance to pastors and leaders who would benefit from the fellowship and teaching provided at this summer's conference. Scholars...

March 17, 2017

Dr. Ray Bakke Previews Upcoming Pastors Conference Talks

The theme of Regent’s Pastors and Leaders Conference 2017 is neighbourhood exegesis. Attendees will learn strategies for developing a better understanding of the places we live in order to more effectively communicate Christ. Perhaps the first name that comes to mind when you think about the idea of exegeting your neighbour...

February 01, 2017

Regent College Welcomes Two New Board Members: Deborah Trouten and Barbara Armacost

The Board of Regent College is thrilled to announce that two new board members have joined the team. After a careful nomination and selection process, Barbara Armacost and Deborah Trouten were officially appointed in the fall of 2016. Board Chair Roger Laing noted that Armacost and Trouten were outstanding candidates whose broad experience and ...

March 02, 2017

Alumni Put Regent Education to Work at Parish Farming School

Erin Tuttle Lockridge (DipCS '10) and Robert Lockridge (MCS '10) are Regent alumni who share a passion for food, farming, and community. Together, they operate the Parish Farming School of Eucharistic Discipleship in Norwood, Ohio. The Parish Farming School offers an integrated learning experience combining study and work, f...

February 22, 2017

Ashley Moyse Shares About Upcoming Science and Theology Initiatives

Dr. Ashley Moyse is Regent’s Post-Doctoral Fellow in Theology and Science. Ashley joins Regent College as part of a three-year initiative to advance conversations about the relationship of theology and science at the college and beyond, made possible by a generous grant from the John Templeton Foundation. In this interview Ashley di...

January 23, 2017

Commemorate 500 Years of the Reformation at Regent College

After five centuries, the Reformation is still shaping us. The years surrounding October 31, 1517—the day that Martin Luther nailed his Ninety-Five Theses to the Castle Church Door in Wittenberg—were some of the most pivotal in Western history. During this period, men and women put the fates of their cities and countries (not to...

January 18, 2017

Korean and Chinese ReFrame Translations Now Available

We are very excited to announce that the Korean and Chinese translations of ReFrame are complete! In December 2016, the ReFrame team held a launch event with Regent alumni and churches in South Korea. Dae-kyung Lee (MDiv ‘04), a Regent alumnus currently practicing dentistry in Seoul reflects, “The Korean and Chinese translation o...

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