Courses

Spring Session (May 13—June 7)

  • Apr 29–May 8
    1 Credits: $495
    1 Audit: $350
    BIBL 569
    Germany
    Regent College

    The 1517 publication of Martin Luther’s 95 Theses in Wittenberg is widely understood as the event that sparked the Reformation. This summer, mark that world-changing event with this guided tour of Reformation Germany, hosted by Professor Iain Provan. As your travels take you fro... Full course details

  • May 13–May 17
    1:30PM–4:30PM
    1–2 Credits: $495–$990
    1 Audit: $350
    APPL 556
    Regent College

    This course is also offered as SPIR 556

    Disability and mental illness provoke weighty questions––theological and practical––that the church cannot ignore. What does it mean to possess beauty and humanity in the midst of profound, unchanging disability? Is an intellectual understanding of Jesus necessary in order to fo... Full course details

  • May 13–May 24
    1:30PM–4:30PM
    3 Credits: $1485
    3 Audit: $1050
    BIBL 501
    Regent College

    This course aims to present an overview of the background and contents of the books that make up the Old Testament, and to offer some reflection on the question of how they are best read together as part of the Christian canon of Scripture, and how they should shape ... Full course details

  • May 13–May 17
    8:30AM–4:30PM
    2–3 Credits: $990–$1485
    2 Audit: $700
    BIBL 632
    Regent College

    The World beyond the Temple: the Book of Ezekiel

    이 과목의 목적은 에스겔서를 해석하고 그 신학적 윤리적 메시지를 현대 교회와 사회에 적용하는 것이다. 특히 하나님의 영광이 우상숭배에 빠진 예루살렘 성전을 떠나고 회복된 성전에 돌아오는 환상과 새 마음과 새 영을 주신다는 약속은 교회와 세상에 대한 우리의 아픔과 소망을 상기시킨다. 에스겔서를 함께 공부하며 우리는 종교적 영역 너머 온 세상을 향한 하나님의 관심을 헤아려 알게 될 것이다.

    Learn to interpret the Book of Ezekiel and re... Full course details
  • May 13–May 17
    8:30AM–11:30AM
    1–2 Credits: $495–$990
    1 Audit: $350
    INDS 555
    Regent College

    People often assume that science and religion have always been opposed. In reality, religious belief was essential in the emergence of modern science and the establishment of a prominent place for scientific activity in Western culture. Consider the Galileo affair, the publicati... Full course details

  • May 13–May 17
    1:30PM–4:30PM
    1–2 Credits: $495–$990
    1 Audit: $350
    INDS 559
    Regent College

    Cave paintings from 40,000 years ago mark the emergence of something unique in history—signs, symbols, and images used to ponder life's meaning. "As far as we know," writes anthropologist Ian Tattersall, "we're alone in nature in being able to contemplate our place in it." Consider ... Full course details

  • May 13–May 17
    8:30AM–11:30AM
    2–3 Credits: $990–$1485
    2 Audit: $700
    SPIR 561
    Regent College

    Explore five prayer traditions from church history: the short, frequent prayers of the Desert Fathers; the liturgical collect in the Book of Common Prayer; the Lord’s Prayer as taught by Martin Luther and C. S. Lewis; and the Jesuit and Puritan examen of conscience, as well as the... Full course details

  • May 27–May 31
    8:30AM–4:30PM
    2–3 Credits: $990–$1485
    2 Audit: $700
    APPL 508
    Regent College

    Christian Philosophy of Everyday Life. This course is also offered as INDS 508.

    우리 인간은 지금, 여기를 떠나 참된 삶은 어디엔가 있으리라는 꿈을 꾼다. 이러한 갈망을 레비나스는 ‘형이상학적 갈망’이라 부른다. 그러나 일상의 삶은 수도원이나 관광을 떠나 찾은 도시에서도 피할 수 없다. 우리는 먹고 마시고 잠자고 다른 사람들을 만나면서 매일 우리의 삶을 살아간다. 이 강의에서는 우리의 이러한 삶 속에서 우리가 먹고 마시고 자고 일할 때 무슨 일이 일어나는지, 일상에서 우리가 하는 행동들이 어떤 의미를 가지는지 묻을 것이다. 

    We often... Full course details

  • May 27–May 31
    8:30AM–11:30AM
    1–2 Credits: $495–$990
    1 Audit: $350
    BIBL 566
    Regent College

    What do we mean when we speak of God's saving action in Christ? Through lecture, discussion, and prayerful meditation, enter into Paul's grand vision of salvation and reconciliation. As you explore the letter's structure, argument, theology, and spirituality, consider its vital ... Full course details

  • May 27–May 31
    8:30AM–11:30AM
    1–2 Credits: $495–$990
    1 Audit: $350
    INDS 569
    Regent College
    John Bunyan’s great classic, The Pilgrim’s Progress, offers a vision of life lived in the direction of the Celestial City. Join us as we read both the famous first part and the lesser-known second part of this compelling story, exploring the full narrative expression of Bunyan’s theolo... Full course details
  • May 27–May 31
    1:30PM–4:30PM
    1–2 Credits: $495–$990
    1 Audit: $350
    SPIR 547
    Regent College

    This course is also offered as INDS 547

    One of the unlikely convergences between contemporary queer theory and the Christian theology of St. Augustine is how they each interrogate the meaning of what is natural. Explore this surprising point of connection as we work out a biblical and pastoral theology of the reordering o... Full course details

  • May 27–May 31
    8:30AM–11:30AM
    1–2 Credits: $495–$990
    1 Audit: $350
    SPIR 569
    Regent College

    This course is also offered as INDS 569

    John Bunyan’s great classic, The Pilgrim’s Progress, offers a vision of life lived in the direction of the Celestial City. Join us as we read both the famous first part and the lesser-known second part of this compelling story, exploring the full narrative expression of Bunyan’s the... Full course details

  • May 27–May 31
    8:30AM–4:30PM
    3 Credits: $1485
    3 Audit: $1050
    THEO 500
    Regent College

    In a postmodern age marked by suspicion of truth, it is all the more important to be rooted in the essential teachings of the Christian faith. Deepen your faith and your understanding with this systematic survey of the basic elements of Christian doctrine. Investigate t... Full course details

  • May 27–May 31
    1:30PM–4:30PM
    1–2 Credits: $495–$990
    1 Audit: $350
    THEO 516
    Regent College

    Examine the early development of Christian theology in the period leading up to the Council of Nicaea. Encounter the crucial themes, pivotal figures, and pressing questions of the day. Ask critical questions alongside the Church Fathers: What texts are to count as sacred Scripture? ... Full course details

  • Jun 3–Jun 7
    8:30AM–11:30AM
    1–2 Credits: $495–$990
    1 Audit: $350
    APPL 516
    Regent College

    Scripture readings from around the globe shape today's Christian theology. As these many voices speak life into Christian thought, issues of power and politics inevitably come to the fore. With focus on global readings of Genesis and Acts, enter into hospitable dialogue with thi... Full course details

  • Jun 3–Jun 7
    1:30PM–4:30PM
    1–2 Credits: $495–$990
    1 Audit: $350
    APPL 534
    Regent College

    This course is also offered as THEO 534

    Examine how the confession of a triune God has taken shape in a number of contexts that define themselves as postcolonial. This course will attend to the tension in theology between creativity and fidelity to tradition. What is the role of orthodoxy in a situation that demands a... Full course details

  • Jun 3–Jun 7
    8:30AM–11:30AM
    1–2 Credits: $495–$990
    1 Audit: $350
    HIST 599
    Regent College

    This course is also offered as SPIR 599

    Encounter the spirituality of the eighteenth-century evangelical revivals, focusing especially on the lives and ministries of John and Charles Wesley. Through their letters, journals, sermons, abridgements, and especially their hymns, discover the distinctive form of Christian devot... Full course details

  • Jun 3–Jun 7
    8:30AM–11:30AM
    1–2 Credits: $495–$990
    1 Audit: $350
    SPIR 505
    Regent College

    This course is also offered as THEO 505

    The ministry of the Holy Spirit is foundational to the life of the church and the experience of every Christian. Navigate the complexities of the Spirit's work through deep reflection on Scripture and the church's historic creeds. Gain appreciation for the Spirit in the life of ... Full course details

  • Jun 5–Jun 7
    1 Credits: $495
    No audit available
    BIBL 548
    Scotland
    Regent College

    Consider the beauty and power of God's good communication to us in Scripture, probing what it means to read the Bible well in order to live more effectively for Christ. Explore the beauty of a God who speaks and witness the shaping of a people who listen. Engage the grand story of S... Full course details


PLEASE NOTE: HIST 560 has been cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have any questions please contact summer@regent-college.edu.