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Public Lectures

Our mandate is to educate the whole people of God—and that includes the Christian community of Vancouver and beyond. We offer free public lectures by our own world-class faculty, and by visiting scholars, teachers, and authors from around the world.

We host two regular lecture series—Summer Lectures and the Laing Lectures—as well as special events throughout the year.

Most of our lectures are recorded and available as audio downloads through RegentAudio.com

Summer Lectures

In the Spring and Summer Sessions, we host lectures every week to highlight the research of our regular faculty and our visiting summer lecturers. All lectures are in the Regent College Chapel unless otherwise noted. Our lectures tend to draw large crowds, so plan to arrive early for a good seat.

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Next Public Lecture
Oct
21
Monday, 7:30PM

Book Launch & Public Lecture: Total Atonement

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With Ross Hastings

You are invited to join us for a book launch and evening lecture celebrating the release of Dr. Ross Hastings's latest publication, Total Atonement: Trinitarian Participation in the Reconciliation of Humanity and Creation.

Dr. Hastings will offer a free public lecture, "Total Atonement: Is Penal Substitution the Model, a Model, or a Caricature of the Atonement of Jesus Christ?"

In his new book Total Atonement, Dr. Hastings reimagines the "apprehended mystery" of the atonement in light of the triune nature of God and the person and work of the incarnate Christ. Hastings proposes participation as a theory or framework of atonement that holds all other models within it. He argues that God's participation in humanity in order that humans might participate in God invites a total approach to the mystery of the atonement, that is, one that involves the whole Trinity, the whole person and history of Christ, and all the biblical motifs and theological models of atonement––including penal substitution (properly nuanced to overcome its caricatures), Christus victor, satisfaction, vicarious life, and moral exemplar. Hastings reexamines the scope of the atonement in light of these Trinitarian, incarnational realities.


Upcoming Public Lectures
Nov
1
Friday, 7:30PM

Augustine our Contemporary: How to Find Yourself

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With James K.A. Smith

Come along for a public lecture and book launch with James K. A. Smith!

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