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January Intensive

January 8–12, 2024

Join us in the new year to broaden your horizons, deepen your faith, and bring theology to life.

Start the new year on a high note with Regent's January Intensive session (Monday, Jan. 8–Friday, Jan. 12, 2024). Courses last just one week and are available onsite or online—perfect for busy schedules. Whether you’re looking for refreshment in your spiritual life, new perspectives on professional questions, or flexible course options for Winter term, there's something here for you. (Click here to download a one-page preview of all four courses.)

Registration is Open

Register and pay for January Intensive courses by 4:30 pm on Friday, Jan. 5, to avoid late fees. Click below to get started, or scroll down to learn more about the four courses on offer this January.

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For questions or assistance, contact [email protected].

New to Regent?

Welcome! Whether you're considering a graduate program or just excited to learn something new, Regent's January Intensive session is a great time to dip your toes in the water and get to know the Regent community. Register for credit to get the classic student experience (paper-writing included), or audit a course for a stress-free approach. Visit our registration page for more information and instructions on how to get started.

Questions? If you'd like to hear more about Regent College, our programs, or how theological education can fit into your life, our Admissions team would love to hear from you. Get in touch at [email protected].

Upcoming Courses


Five Traditions & Practices of Prayer

Bruce Hindmarsh
Jan 8–12, 1:15–4:15 pm
Onsite or Online

Explore five prayer traditions: the short, frequent prayers of the Desert Fathers; the liturgical collect in the Book of Common Prayer; the Lord’s Prayer as taught by Martin Luther and C. S. Lewis; and the Jesuit and Puritan examen of conscience and use of imagination in disciplined meditation. Learn to live the rich history of prayer.


Healthcare & the Christian Life

Quentin Genuis
Jan 8–12, 1:30–4:30 pm
Onsite or Online

(New course!) Bring theological and medical ethics into conversation to address issues such as the definition of human life, the experience of pain, and what it means to die well. Enriching for medical practitioners and empowering for lay Christians, this course will provide students with tools to think about and engage with critical health issues.


The History of Heresy

Michael F. Bird
Jan 8–12, 9 am–12 pm
Onsite or Online

(New course!) Discuss the concept and origins of heresy, look at major heretical groups in the earliest churches of the first four centuries, and then apply these historical concepts to discussion of orthodoxy and heresy today.



Paul Spilsbury
Jan 8–12, 8:30–11:30 am
Onsite or Online

Reclaim the powerful message of the Book of Revelation by considering it as a work of early Christian literature influenced by Old Testament prophetic witness, first-century events, and early Christians’ experience of Jesus. This course combines scholarly engagement and reflection on Revelation’s enduring significance for society.

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