Courses
Arts

  • May 28–Jun 8
    08:30AM–11:30AM
    2–3 Credits: $990–$1485
    2 Audit: $700
    INDS 515
    Regent College

    With the disappearance of the plausibility structures of a Christian culture in the modern and late modern Western world, Christians face anew the perennial question of the relationship between the church and her surrounding culture. How is it that the position of the church has c... Full course details

  • Jul 6–Jul 7
    09:00AM–4:30PM, 3:00PM
    1 Credits: $495
    No audit available
    INDS 541
    Regent College

    The Information Age has made us witnesses to the breadth of the world's sorrows like never before. Often, we are overwhelmed by all we know. If it is a hurricane in Haiti one day, it is a chemical bombing in Syria the next, then a terrorist attack in Egypt followed by a mass shootin... Full course details

  • Jul 9–Jul 13
    01:30PM–04:30PM
    1–2 Credits: $495–$990
    1 Audit: $350
    INDS 507
    Regent College

    Explore how contemporary literature and film, especially the spiritual Bildungsroman (coming-of-age narrative), illuminates global religions—and vice versa. Through novels, films, and graphic narrative, challenge easy assumptions about what counts as religious or secular and unco... Full course details

  • Jul 16–Jul 20
    01:30PM–04:30PM
    1–2 Credits: $495–$990
    1 Audit: $350
    INDS 550
    Regent College

    This course brings ecotheology together with cli-fi, a growing body of fiction about the problem of humanly induced climate change. Through narratives set in rural, suburban, and urban spaces, learn how stories about God and creation are inextricable from visions of gender, class... Full course details