Arts & Theology

In this section, students, alumni, or friends of the Regent community showcase a work of art that integrates theology with creative expression.

CURRENT ISSUE: Volume 27, Number 1, Winter 2015 / Arts & Theology

What's Splitting Your Church? Worship Music or Genocide?

In Randal Rauser's short meditation, the realities within a suburban Rwandan church collide with North American values.   More…

Doing Liturgical Arts Together

Eileen Li (Shum) collaborates with church members on four paintings representing different elements of corporate worship.   More…


In this gently evocative poem, Regent alumnus Lance Odegard illustrates the meaning of seeing the lovely in the unloveable and of being truly present in community.   More…

Volume 26, Number 3, Fall 2014

Reading for Love

Current student Amy Nickerson is creating a coffee table devotional on lectio divina for her Integrative Project in the Arts and Theology (IPIAT), scheduled for completion in Winter 2015. A self-confessed logophile, she shares her thoughts on the relationship between love and reading--particularly when it comes to reading God's Word.   More…

Volume 26, Number 2, Spring 2014

Designed to Work, Designed to Worship

Retired architect and Regent board member Rodger Woods thinks through what it means to design "human" spaces that encourage encounter with the gospel and with other people. He walks us through some unique design elements he introduced in an evangelical church, a Catholic church, and an Orthodox church in Calgary that help bring the liturgy to life.   More…

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