BIBL 547

Follow the Lamb: Revelation & the World of Acts

Course Description

Journey to the Seven Churches and the world of Acts on this Bible Land pilgrimage and Regent College travel course with Professor Paul Spilsbury and Pastor Bronwyn Spilsbury. This trip through Turkey and Greece (complete with an Aegean Island cruise) may be taken for personal enrichment or for credit toward a Regent degree. 

As we travel the world of the book of Acts, the letters of Paul, and the book of Revelation, we will listen anew for the Voice calling us to "Follow the Lamb wherever he goes." We will trace the travels of John and Paul to the ancient cities and islands of Greece and Asia Minor (Turkey), and as we take in the rugged beauty of this majestic land we will dive into the depths of what the Spirit was doing then and is doing now. For as they followed his Voice then, so we continue to do now. 

Enter the world of the Bible. Study Scripture onsite, taught by experienced professors and expert guides. Enjoy a well-planned, enriched itinerary, organized for maximum impact and enjoyment. Experience Regent community amongst fellow travellers at eye-opening, interesting sites, with space for depth and reflection. Return to your community to share understanding of God's work through the ages. 

Throughout your trip, you’ll enjoy great food, excellent accommodation and transportation, and top standards for health and safety.

For more information or to register, contact [email protected].

Dates Jun 14–Jun 29
Days & Times Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur, Fri
Time TBA
Format Onsite Only
Credit Hours 1
Audit Hours No audit available



Paul Spilsbury

Academic Dean, Professor of New Testament

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There are no prerequisites for this course.
The friendships and relationships I’ve made during my time at Regent have opened my eyes to how immensely rich, diverse, and massive the body of Christ is. When I hear the stories of many of my classmates, I see Jesus’s immense provision and grace for the church.” — Alexander Marees