Stories from the Lausanne Global Workplace Forum

Stories from the Lausanne Global Workplace Forum

It turns out that professors aren’t the only ones who get opportunities to roam the globe, taking part in international theological movements. Gustavo Santos (MATS ’17), the Program Administrator for our Master of Arts in Leadership, Theology, and Society, just got back from Manila, where he participated from June 25–29 as an invited … (read more)

Regent Hires Assistant Professor in Old Testament

Regent Hires Assistant Professor in Old Testament

The Regent community is excited to welcome Dr. Matthew Lynch as the newest member of the Regent College faculty. Matthew, who will be teaching his first Regent classes in Fall 2020, has developed an international reputation as a premier up-and-coming Old Testament teacher and writer. Both at the scholarly and popular level his … (read more)

Iwan Russell-Jones Lends a Hand with New European Evangelical Movements

Iwan Russell-Jones Lends a Hand with New European Evangelical Movements

This likely doesn’t come as a surprise, but when Iwan Russell-Jones, our Eugene and Jan Peterson Associate Professor of the Arts, is not at Regent, he continues to energetically pursue his vocation. This summer, Iwan spoke and led at two separate burgeoning evangelical movements in Europe. The first was the international mentorship program for y… (read more)

Celebrating 50 Years of Service to Regent College

Celebrating 50 Years of Service to Regent College

Regent College’s Board of Governors recently hosted a special luncheon to honour all former Board members, Senate members, and foundation Trustees—all 50 years of them. For five decades God has demonstrated his faithfulness to the College through the wise governance of the Board, Senate, and Trustees. As Regent’s 50th anniversary draw… (read more)

Announcing the Paul Stevens Marketplace Theology Scholarship for MDiv Students

Announcing the Paul Stevens Marketplace Theology Scholarship for MDiv Students

Regent College is thrilled to announce new funding for Master of Divinity students with an interest in marketplace theology—the Paul Stevens Marketplace Theology Scholarship! The scholarship has been established thanks to a generous gift from one of Regent’s alumni. The gift was extended in gratitude for the transformative impact … (read more)

Bruce Hindmarsh’s The Spirit of Early Evangelicalism Wins Word Award

Bruce Hindmarsh’s The Spirit of Early Evangelicalism Wins Word Award

We are pleased to share that Bruce Hindmarsh’s recent book, The Spirit of Early Evangelicalism, has been awarded a 2019 Word Award for best academic book of the year. The annual Word Awards honour Canadian writing exploring the Judeo-Christian faith. Dr. Hindmarsh, James M. Houston Professor of Spiritual Theology and Professor of the History of… (read more)

Regent Alumni Start New Trinitarian Ontologies Conference at Cambridge

Regent Alumni Start New Trinitarian Ontologies Conference at Cambridge

Cambridge’s upcoming New Trinitarian Ontologies conference is culturally urgent, well-visioned, and bursting at the seams with some of the world’s leading theologians. And we are proud to say that a group Regent alumni are behind it! Alex Abecina (MATS ’12), Jonathan Lyonhart (MATS ’18), and Austin Stevenson (MATS ’16; THM ’17) are three of the … (read more)