Connect with Regent faculty as they share research on theological topics that matter to them.
You're invited to join us for conversations that promise to inspire, enlighten, and broaden your perspective. Designed to foster enriching dialogue among faculty, students, and the wider community, each forum features a 40-minute paper presentation followed by a 20-minute Q&A session. Regent Forum is free, open to the public, and available exclusively onsite.
Join us in Room 100 on select Mondays, 12:30–1:45 pm.
WINTER 2024 SCHEDULE
The Aborigines’ Protection Society: Indigenous Rights Advocacy as Christian Mission in the British Empire
The Hope of Place: Placedness in Lamentations and Song of Songs
The (In)visibility of Theology in Contemporary Art
The Doctrine of the Trinity: Eliciting Insights for Life and Ministry
Break (No Forum)
Holy Club 2.0: Early Methodism in the Young George Whitefield’s Diary, 1735–36
Mon, Jan 22, 2024The Aborigines' Protection Society: Indigenous Righ...Prabo Mihindukulasuriya
Mon, Feb 5, 2024The Hope of Place: Placedness in Lamentations and S...Brittany Melton
Mon, Feb 26, 2024The (In)visibility of Theology in Contemporary ArtJonathan Anderson
Mon, Mar 11, 2024The Doctrine of the Trinity: Eliciting Insights for...Elizabeth Sung
Mon, Apr 15, 2024Holy Club 2.0: Early Methodism in the Young George ...Bruce Hindmarsh