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May 13, 2019

Remembering Jan Peterson

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Jan Peterson, a faculty spouse and beloved member of the Regent Community from 1993–1998. She blessed countless students, spouses, staff, and faculty, along with their families, with her kindness, integrity, hospitality, and humour. She passed away on May 10, 2019, in Kalispell,...

May 01, 2019

Regent IPIAT Nominated for Best Documentary at the International Christian Film and Music Festival

One year into her MATS at Regent College, Jessica Van der Wyngaard teamed up with Joshua Harris, author of I Kissed Dating Goodbye, for a documentary project. The idea was this: They would film a documentary chronicling Joshua Harris’s long wrestling match with the legacy left by the bestselling book he wrote when he was 19 years old. This would...

 

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May 01, 2019

Spring Appeal Update: Thank you!

Regent’s 2018-19 fiscal year ended on April 30. On April 29, the College announced that it needed an additional $15,000 to meet its year-end fundraising goal. And, in an incredible outpouring of support, Regent's donor community gave $15,000 within 24 hours.Every year, Regent relies on God to provide about 30% of its budget through the ge...

April 25, 2018

De-Mythologizing the Science-Religion Conflict: An Interview with Peter Harrison

In this short interview, Dr. Peter Harrison goes back to the nineteenth century to find the origin of the myth that science and theology are fundamentally at conflict. Peter Harrison will be visiting Regent College from May 13–17 to teach the course “Religion and the Rise of Science.” Professor Harrison is Director of the Institute...

April 23, 2019

Regent Hires New Director of Chinese Studies Program

We are thrilled to announce that we have hired Dr. Grace Hui Liang as the Director of the Chinese Studies Program and Associate Professor of Chinese Christian Studies. Over the last two decades, Dr. Liang has emerged as a leading voice in Chinese biblical scholarship and theology. Her main areas of research include Old Testament wisdom literatur...

April 09, 2019

The Lookout Gallery Gets a New Name

Regent College’s on-campus art gallery (formerly the Lookout Gallery) has been renamed in honour of its creator and former Director, Dal Schindell. The unveiling of the new name took place at a special ceremony in the gallery on Tuesday, April 2, 2019. The unveiling ceremony was a surprise to Dal. Led to Regent on a ruse, he was greeted b...

April 04, 2019

An Interview with Sarah Coakley: Evolutionary Biology, Apologetics, and the Training of Theologians

In this interview, theologian Sarah Coakley gives her take on the relationship between Christian faith and evolutionary biology. She also shares the story of her first encounter with biological sciences, and suggests approaches to better equip pastors and theologians to tackle today’s pressing issues of theology and science. Th...

March 25, 2019

Launching Regent Exchange: Churches for the Common Good

Many Christians struggle to understand how their individual circumstances relate to God’s redemptive mission in the world. From its very beginning, Regent College has been committed to helping lay believers see that all facets of their lives––their work, their home, their relationships––are critical to that mission. Regent Exchange: Churches ...

March 21, 2019

Phil Long's Tips for Preaching the First Testament

Professor of Old Testament Phil Long has spent his career studying and teaching the Old Testament (or, as he prefers to call it, the "First" or "Larger" Testament). In a recent interview, we asked Phil for his advice on preaching the Hebrew Scriptures. He responded with a list of seven tips—and some encouragement for preachers who find the F...

March 12, 2019

Malcolm Guite Recommends 5 Books of Poetry from Last 5 Decades

There are not one but two incredible opportunities to learn from poet, priest, and scholar Malcolm Guite this summer at Regent: In April, he will be our Laing Lecturer, delivering a series entitled Imagining the Kingdom. And from July 29–Aug 2, he will be back to teach a one-week course entitled Arrows of Desire: A Theology of Love and Longin...

February 14, 2019

6 Ways to Know if Your Home Has Technology in Its Proper Place

It's an excellent time to be pondering faith and technology: In December, Craig Gay published Modern Technology and the Human Future. And this summer, Andy Crouch will be teaching "Rebuilding the Household: Family and Church in the Technological Age" (which will assign Craig Gay's book for one of the readings!) In anticipation of his course, ...

February 11, 2019

Remembering Dr. Michael Green

Regent College mourns the loss of Dr. Michael Green, Professor of Evangelism at Regent from 1987 to 1992 and a dear friend and mentor to many in the Regent community. Michael died in hospital on February 6, 2019 at the age of 88. He is survived by his wife, Rosemary, their four children, and many grandchildren. Educated at Exeter Co...

January 31, 2019

Malcolm Guite to Deliver 2019 Laing Lectures, April 9–11

Last year, Regent College was honoured that Dr. Lamin Sanneh—a Gambian scholar and leading thinker in World Christianity—had agreed to come to Regent as our 2019 Laing Lecturer. Sadly, Dr. Sanneh passed away on January 6, 2019 at the age of 76, survived by his wife, son, and daughter. Christianity Today published a collection of refle...

January 12, 2019

Regent Professors Win Three Christianity Today Book Awards

Every year, Christianity Today Book Awards honour “outstanding books of special interest to the Christian community.” The awards are broad in focus, recognizing excellence in both popular and scholarly works and everything in between. They have become some of the most esteemed honours in the diverse world of Christian publishing. ...

January 16, 2018

Craig Gay on Technology: How Do We Tell the Good from the Bad?

We all have questions about technology. And we know the answers are complex: Should we embrace new digital technologies in spite of growing evidence that overuse can be deeply unhealthy? Or should we reject these technologies in spite of their obvious and immense benefits? Craig Gay’s new book, Modern Technology and the Human Futu...

January 08, 2019

Dr. Phil Long Retiring from Regent College

Dr. Phil Long, Professor of Old Testament, will be retiring from Regent College in summer 2019. Phil joined Regent College’s faculty in 2000, having previously taught at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri and at the Freie Theologische Akademie in Germany. Over the last two decades he has blessed both colleagues and stud...

January 04, 2019

President Jeff Greenman Returns from Medical Leave

We are very pleased to announce that Dr. Jeff Greenman will return to his duties as President of Regent College on January 14, 2019. In the Fall 2018 term Dr. Greenman went on medical leave in order to undergo heart surgery. We are happy to report that he has recovered well and is eager to step back into his role as President. Jeff will be on ca...

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