Courses
History & Culture

  • May 28–Jun 1
    01:30PM–04:30PM
    1–2 Credits: $495–$990
    1 Audit: $350
    APPL 578
    Regent College

    Survey the typologies of engagement by various Christian traditions (giving particular attention to the broad evangelical tradition) with the public square, along the spectrum of disengagement, cooperation, co-optation and confrontation. Analyze the theological assumptions and pe... Full course details

  • May 28–Jun 1
    01:30PM–04:30PM
    1–2 Credits: $495–$990
    1 Audit: $350
    HIST 528
    Regent College

    Throughout history, Christians have faced a series of dilemmas over their relationship to culture and power. Jesus urges believers to be “not of the world,” but what does this actually mean? How should Christians relate to the imperfect world around them, and how should they eng... Full course details

  • May 28–Jun 8
    08:30AM–11:30AM
    2–3 Credits: $990–$1485
    2 Audit: $700
    THEO 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 cha... Full course details

  • Jun 4–Jun 8
    08:30AM–11:30AM
    1–2 Credits: $495–$990
    1 Audit: $350
    APPL 563
    Regent College

    Our cities are changing rapidly as people from all over the world migrate to urban centres. Populations have become highly multicultural, with many expressions of faith coexisting. What is God up to? And how can a local congregation rise up to the occasion? Whether the churches t... Full course details

  • Jun 25–Jun 29
    01:30PM–04:30PM
    1–2 Credits: $495–$990
    1 Audit: $350
    INDS 556
    Regent College

    Christianity and Islam are dominating the global scene with a total population of 3.9 billion people: 2.3 billion Christians and 1.6 billion Muslims. It is expected that the ethos of both religious traditions will continue to reshape socio-political and economic systems around the w... Full course details

  • Jun 25–Jun 30
    See description for class times
    2–3 Credits: $990–$1485
    2 Audit: $700
    INDS 584
    Regent College

    While the influence of French sociologist and lay theologian Jacques Ellul (1912–94) seemed to reach its peak in the 1970s and ‘80s, the twenty-first century has witnessed a fresh wave of enthusiasm for his work. That resurgence, spearheaded by the International Jacques Ellul So... Full course details

  • Jul 2–Jul 13
    01:30PM–04:30PM
    2–3 Credits: $990–$1485
    2 Audit: $700
    HIST 509
    Regent College

    The women of the Bible have lived on outside the Bible, reflected in art, music, literature, and popular culture. Their stories have provided a lens through which to categorize, exhort, and chastise women ever since. Examine the afterlives of Eve, Mary, Hagar, Deborah, Ruth, Mary... Full course details

  • Jul 2–Jul 6
    01:30PM–04:30PM
    1–2 Credits: $495–$990
    1 Audit: $350
    INDS 523
    Regent College

    The growth and development of technology has radically altered the fabric of our daily lives. We can welcome and enjoy the many positive impacts of various technologies, to the glory of God and the benefit of people and planet. But we must also attend to the real and ... Full course details

  • Jul 9–Jul 13
    08:30AM–11:30AM
    1–3 Credits: $495–$1485
    1 Audit: $350
    HIST 513
    Regent College

    Puritanism was a devotional movement that returned continually to the necessity of a closer walk with God—and consistently taught how to practice that walk. Engage the main themes of Puritan spirituality and discover the spiritual disciplines they fostered for the enrichment and dee... 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
    08:30AM–4:30PM
    2–3 Credits: $990–$1485
    2 Audit: $700
    HIST 557
    Regent College

    Trace the major historical shifts in cultural understandings of marriage, male and female sexuality, and the socio-political role of the family, from the early church to the present day. Explore the ways in which Christian belief and practice have shaped these understandings. De... Full course details

  • Jul 16–Jul 27
    01:30PM–04:30PM
    3 Credits: $1485
    2 Audit: $700
    HIST 650
    Regent College

    Modern Anglican identity is the product of a diverse, fascinating, and oft-neglected history. Meet the people and explore the events that have shaped the Anglican Church. Examine the core convictions, contentions, and concerns that have marked the development of its theology and... 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

  • Jul 23–Jul 27
    08:30AM–11:30AM
    1–2 Credits: $495–$990
    1 Audit: $350
    INDS 591
    Regent College

    Join us as we examine Indigenous expressions of Christian faith and life. Compare and contrast Western and Indigenous theological methods with specific application to issues such as our understanding of the Creator God, the work of the Spirit, articulation of the gospel, and images ... Full course details

  • Jul 30–Aug 3
    08:30AM–11:30AM
    1–2 Credits: $495–$990
    1 Audit: $350
    HIST 598
    Regent College

    Since its inception in the eighteenth century, the evangelical movement has revitalised Protestantism. Examine the development of evangelicalism from its origin to the present day, attending to such developments as the evangelical affinity with the Enlightenment, the later rise o... Full course details