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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
Sep
12
Wednesday, 7:30PM

Dennis Danielson Book Launch Lecture

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With Dennis Danielson

You are warmly invited to join us for a book launch lecture celebrating the release of Dennis Danielson's new book, The Tao of Right and Wrong

Title: Against the Ongoing Abolition of Man

Seventy-five years after the publication of C. S. Lewis’s The Abolition of Man (1943), proponents of materialism and naturalism still dominate the public square. Their reductionist and nihilistic approach to morality and other things that give meaning to human life also continues to shape what our children are taught in school. There’s every reason, in face of this ongoing dominance, to defend the case that Lewis’s potent little book sketched three quarters of a century ago—a case I seek to reassert in my primer on moral realism, The Tao of Right and Wrong.

For more on this exciting publication, check out our news article here.

Upcoming Public Lectures
Sep
18
Tuesday, 7:30PM

Alister McGrath on Science & Faith: Conflicting or Enriching?

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With Alister McGrath

Our Fall 2018 Interface Lecture Series will explore the relationship between theology and the sciences. This is a free public event.

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Sep
19
Wednesday, 7:30PM

Alister McGrath at Regent: God, Science & the Meaning of Life: C. S. Lewis and Richard Dawkins

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With Alister McGrath

Regent College is hosting two evening lectures with Dr. Alister McGrath.

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Sep
26
Wednesday, 7:30PM

The Current Situation: Embattled America, Quiescent Canada, Semi-Secular Britain

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With Mark Noll

In this series, Mark Noll considers what we can learn about Christians and politics by comparing Britain, Canada, and the United States.

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Sep
27
Thursday, 11:30AM

Triumphs of Anglo, American, and Canadian Christian Politics

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With Mark Noll

In the second lecture of this series, Mark Noll considers what we can learn about Christians and politics by comparing Britain, Canada, and the United States.

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Sep
27
Thursday, 7:30PM

Tragedies of Anglo, American, and Canadian Christian Politics

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With Mark Noll

In the final lecture of this series, Mark Noll considers what we can learn about Christians and politics by comparing Britain, Canada, and the United States.

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Oct
4
Thursday, 7:30PM

Sarah Coakley at Regent College

Regent College is delighted to host an evening lecture with Dr. Sarah Coakley.

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Oct
16
Tuesday, 7:30PM

Re-enchanting the Universe: Evangelicals and the Rise of Science

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With Bruce Hindmarsh

Regent presents an evening lecture with Bruce Hindmarsh as part of our Fall 2018 Interface Faith and Science Lecture Series.

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Oct
25
Thursday, 7:30PM

Union with the Unknown: John Meyendorff on the Essence-Energy Distinction

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With Dmytro Bintsarovskyi

Regent hosts Dr. Dmytro Bintsarovskyi for an evening lecture on the essence-energy distinction articulated in the Orthodox tradition.

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Nov
6
Tuesday, 7:30PM

Who am I? Personhood, Consciousness, and Transhumanist Visions

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With Jens Zimmermann

Regent presents an evening lecture with Jens Zimmermann as part of our Fall 2018 Interface Faith and Science Lecture Series.

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