Regent College Summer Programs

Summer 2021 Timetable

Below is a list of all our Summer Programs 2021 courses, ordered by date.

Summer courses are accessible online this year. Course formats may vary slightly. Please check individual course pages for more information.

You can also view an interactive PDF of our summer brochure here. A download option is also available.

May 10-14 8:30AM–11:30AM Dementia: Living in the Memories of God APPL 540
SPIR 540
John Swinton
May 10-14 1:30PM–4:30PM Total Atonement: Reconciliation in the Triune God APPL 577
THEO 577
Ross Hastings
May 10-14 8:30AM–11:30AM Seeing Jesus More Clearly: The Christology of Hebrews BIBL 568 George Guthrie
May 10-14 8:30AM–11:30AM Silent No More: Women Interpreters of the Bible BIBL 571
INDS 571
Marion Taylor
May 10-Jun 3 8:30AM–1:00PM Introductory Old Testament Hebrew I LANG 510 Drew Lewis
May 10-21 8:30AM–11:30AM Conversion & Transformation THEO 635
SPIR 635
Gordon T. Smith
May 17-21 8:30AM–11:30AM Listening by Design: People-Centered Research for Effective Ministry APPL 521
INDS 521
Rhonda McEwen
Diane Stinton
May 17-21 8:30AM–4:30PM Seminar: Listening by Design: People-Centered Research for Effective Ministry APPL 721
INDS 721
Rhonda McEwen
Diane Stinton
May 17-21 8:30AM–4:30PM 로마서 (Letter to the Romans) BIBL 556 Johann D. Kim
May 17-21 8:30AM–11:30AM Christian Apologetics: Explaining and Commending our Faith THEO 539 Alister McGrath
May 24-28 8:30AM–4:30PM 변화를 위한 소통: 설교를 위한 에토스, 파토스, 로고스 (Communication for Transformation: Ethos, Pathos, and Logos of Preaching) APPL 518 Young Bong Kim
May 24-Jun 4 8:30AM–11:30AM Old Testament Foundations BIBL 501 Iain Provan
May 24-Jun 4 8:30AM–11:30AM Pauline Theology BIBL 560 Douglas Moo
May 24-28 8:30AM–11:30AM Philippians BIBL 567 Michael J. Gorman
May 24-Jun 4 1:30PM–4:30PM 1 & 2 Kings BIBL 618 Iain Provan
May 31-Jun 4 8:30AM–11:30AM Loving to Know: A Workshop in Covenant Epistemology INDS 509 Esther Meek
Jun 7-25 8:30AM–1:00PM Introductory Old Testament Hebrew II LANG 511 Drew Lewis
Jun 10-12 See details for times Abbey Summer School: Reading and Preaching the Psalms BIBL 537 Iain Provan
Jun 21-25 8:30AM–4:30PM Race, Racism & Christian Identity APPL 528
THEO 528
Elizabeth Sung
Jun 21-Jul 2 8:30AM–11:30AM New Testament Foundations BIBL 502 Mariam J. Kovalishyn
Jun 21-Jul 12 8:30AM–11:30AM Introduction to New Testament Greek I LANG 550 Stuart Campbell
Jun 21-25 8:30AM–11:30AM Spiritual Disciplines in the Company of Others SPIR 523 Susan S. Phillips
Jun 21-Jul 2 8:30AM–11:30AM Systematic Theology Overview THEO 500 Mabiala Kenzo
Jun 28-Jul 2 8:30AM–11:30AM Church and State in the Modern & Post-Modern World* HIST 685 Sarah Williams
Jun 28-Jul 2 1:30PM–4:30PM Reordering Desire: Augustine, Queer Theory & Christian Sexual Ethics INDS 547
SPIR 547
Wesley Hill
Jun 28-Jul 2 8:30AM–11:30AM David's Crown: Poetic Meditations on the Psalms INDS 587 Malcolm Guite
Jul 5-9 8:30AM–11:30AM A Biblical Ethic of Kinship: Christ’s Invitation to Belonging BIBL 558
APPL 558
Mark Glanville
Jul 5-9 8:30AM–11:30AM "Teach Us to Pray": Jesus, the Father & Prayer in the Spirit BIBL 562
SPIR 562
Wesley Hill
Jul 5-9 8:30AM–11:30AM Pre-Nicene Christianity: The Formation of the Theological Tradition THEO 516 John Behr
Jul 12-16 1:30PM–4:30PM The Bible and Work: Going Broader and Deeper APPL 562 Mark D. Roberts
Jul 12-16 8:30AM–11:30AM Law & the Bible BIBL 522 John Walton
Jul 12-16 8:30AM–4:30PM The Use of Israel's Scriptures in the New Testament BIBL 543 Rikk Watts
Jul 12-Aug 6 8:30AM–11:30AM Introduction to New Testament Greek II LANG 551 Stuart Campbell
Jul 17-27 See details for times Technology, Wilderness, and Creation INDS 525 Craig Gay
Julie Lane Gay
Jul 19-23 1:30PM–4:30PM Faith, Race, & Place in the City APPL 523 David Leong
Jul 19-23 8:30AM–11:30AM Why Beauty Matters: Aesthetics and the Church INDS 572 David Taylor
Jul 19-23 8:30AM–11:30AM Five Traditions & Practices of Prayer SPIR 561 Bruce Hindmarsh
Jul 26-30 1:30PM–4:30PM The Book of Exodus BIBL 520 Carmen Joy Imes
Jul 26-30 8:30AM–11:30AM First Peter BIBL 681 David deSilva
Jul 26-30 8:30AM–11:30AM The Puritan Literary Imagination HIST 512
INDS 512
Johanna Harris

*Please note that Sarah Williams will now be offering HIST 685: Church and State in the Modern & Post-Modern World instead of HIST 648: The Future of Feminism.

All course information is subject to change.