Regent College Launches Calling Initiative

Regent College Launches Calling Initiative

Regent College is very pleased to announce the launch of an innovative new project, the Calling Initiative. Generously funded by Lilly Endowment Inc., the Calling Initiative revolves around a question at the heart of Regent’s mission: namely, how do we help lay believers to understand that their lives—their work, their home, their relationshi… (read more)

David Robinson on the “Bonhoeffer Moment,” His Personal Motto, and Balancing Academics with Pastoral Ministry and Fatherhood

David Robinson on the “Bonhoeffer Moment,” His Personal Motto, and Balancing Academics with Pastoral Ministry and Fatherhood

David is a visiting scholar in theological ethics at Regent College for the 2017-18 year. He is currently preparing his book, Christ and Revelatory Community in Bonhoeffer’s Reception of Hegel, which will be published in May with Mohr Siebeck. He recently completed his doctorate in Systematic Theology and Ethics at New College, University of … (read more)

Matching Gift Opportunity: Technology Upgrade for Student Experience

Matching Gift Opportunity: Technology Upgrade for Student Experience

A generous matching grant for Educational Technologies from the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust will help Regent complete our Technology Upgrade for Student Experience project by matching up to $84,000 USD (approximately $100,000 CAD) from Regent donors. This presents a unique opportunity for friends of the College to double the value of their … (read more)

Mary McCampbell on Stories, Prophecy, and the Blessing of Douglas Coupland

Mary McCampbell on Stories, Prophecy, and the Blessing of Douglas Coupland

In this interview, Dr. Mary McCampbell draws us into the theological value of postmodern literature, film, and art. From punk rock to P.T. Anderson, she encourages us to see the spiritual longing present in supposedly post-Christian culture. Mary is a scholar-in-residence at Regent College for the 2018 winter term, writing… (read more)

Attending to the Plate: Perspectives on a Christian Way of Eating

Attending to the Plate: Perspectives on a Christian Way of Eating

In this interview, Regent’s Postdoctoral Fellow in Theology and Science, Dr. Ashley Moyse, speaks with Dr. David Clough, Professor of Theological Ethics at the University of Chester (UK) in anticipation of Dr. Clough’s upcoming lecture, “Eating Peaceably: Christianity and Veganism.” The lecture* is jointly sponsored by A Rocha a… (read more)