An Interview with Puritan Explorer, JI Packer

An Interview with Puritan Explorer, JI Packer

This interview—conducted by Jenny-Lyn de Klerk, Puritan Project Assistant and PhD student at the Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary—is the story of Dr. Packer and the Puritans. It begins with a teenaged Packer’s unlikely encounter with John Owen, and traces the relationship right through to the present. Just as an explorer discovers, … (read more)

Regent College Publishes Manifesto in Moral Philosophy by UBC Professor Dennis Danielson

Regent College Publishes Manifesto in Moral Philosophy by UBC Professor Dennis Danielson

Regent College Publishing has released The Tao of Right and Wrong: Rediscovering Humanity’s Moral Foundations, a major statement on moral philosophy by Emeritus UBC Professor Dennis Danielson. Written in the tradition of The Abolition of Man, C. S. Lewis’s classic work on moral philosophy celebrating its seventy-fifth anniversary … (read more)

Courage and Commitment: Honouring Regent’s Founders

Courage and Commitment: Honouring Regent’s Founders

“Courage” was the watchword. As President Jeff Greenman expressed, the founders of Regent College “were people of a bold, deep, and risky faith. Regent was an act of great courage.” On June 2, the Board of Governors hosted a small, intimate luncheon for the College’s original founders and their families to honour their exceptional courage and co… (read more)

Dr. David Robinson Appointed Post-Doctoral Fellow in Theology and Science

Dr. David Robinson Appointed Post-Doctoral Fellow in Theology and Science

Regent College is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. David Robinson as Post-Doctoral Fellow in Theology and Science, effective from August 1, 2018 to July 31, 2019. Regent College’s Academic Dean, Paul Spilsbury, welcomes the appointment, noting that Dr. Robinson joins Regent College as part of the three-year initiative… (read more)

Dr. Maxine Hancock Invites You to Come Read over Puritan Shoulders

Dr. Maxine Hancock Invites You to Come Read over Puritan Shoulders

While to some the English Puritans are icons of discipline, to those who read and study them, they are lifelines of spiritual perception and encouragement. The writings of Richard Baxter alone have saved the ministry of many a disheartened pastor. In this informal conversation, Dr. Maxine Hancock shares a bit of her enthusiasm for… (read more)

Alumna Sarah Crowley Chestnut Wins Prestigious Poetry Prize

Alumna Sarah Crowley Chestnut Wins Prestigious Poetry Prize

The Evangelical Press Association recently awarded Regent alumna Sarah Crowley (MCS 2009) the 2018 Higher Goals Awards First Prize in Poetry for her poem, “Simon Hears Tell of the Crucifixion.” The poem appeared in CRUX, Regent’s quarterly journal of Christian Thought and Opinion. Her poem was chosen from wide range of submissions, many of w… (read more)