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CURRENT ISSUE: Volume 26, Number 1, Winter 2014 / Profile

Grappling with her Quest

Grace Tan shares the despairing and exhilirating moments of her journey as an artist, from art school days in London to her present-day work in Vancouver.   More…

The Art of Seeing

Contemporary painter Makoto Fujimura talks about the art/faith equation, understanding versus “standing under” art, and what we were created for.   More…

Words Becoming Flesh

Actor and playwright Ron Reed discusses what it's like to act out one's faith—literally.   More…

Volume 25, Number 2, Fall 2013

Doing Discipleship Differently

In June, Krish Kandiah taught a course at Regent College called Holistic Disciple-Making for the Third Millennium. Krish is the Executive Director of Churches in Mission and England Director for the UK Evangelical Alliance. He lectures on evangelism at Regent’s Park College at the University of Oxford. We asked him to comment on the importance of re-evaluating discipleship in the church today and how it ties into global Christianity.   More…

Introducing Jeffrey Greenman

Jeffrey Greenman was appointed the academic dean at Regent College in July. Before Regent, he held positions at Wheaton College, Tyndale Seminary, and African Enterprise. Jeff has a passion for academic leadership, global Christianity, and has been a fan of Regent since his time as a student here in the mid 1980s. We sat down with Jeff to get to know our latest faculty member a little better and introduce him to the Regent world.   More…

Volume 25, Number 1, Spring 2013

Loren and Mary Ruth Wilkinson

Every summer since the 1980s, Loren and Mary Ruth Wilkinson have been taking students on an eight-day voyage in open rowing/sailing boats in the Gulf Islands as part of their Technology, Wilderness, and Creation course. The voyage is a perfect occasion for studying and reflecting on our relationship with God and creation.   More…

Food: Communion, Community, and Creation

Eating is one of the most profound ways we are related to each other, to the created world, and to God. In this course, Loren and Mary-Ruth Wilkinson explore, within the framework of Christian theology, some of the biological, ecological, psychological, aesthetic, spiritual, agricultural, and economic aspects of what, why, and how we eat.   More…

Volume 24, Number 2, Fall 2012

In Search of a Shared Ethics in the Public Square

Renowned ethicist Margaret Somerville was one of the featured speakers at the Regent College conference The Next Great Challenge: Thinking Together about Aging, which took place May 18 and 19, 2012. As someone who has devoted her career to thinking through and articulating her position—and that of her ideological opponents—on many of the hot-button issues of our time, and as someone with privileged access to national and international media channels, she is no stranger to public debate. We asked her for some insights on engaging with sensitive issues in the public arena.   More…

What Does It Mean To Be a Christian and an Elected Politician?

Preston Manning became the first Senior Fellow at Regent’s Marketplace Institute in January 2012. As part of the appointment, he delivered a public talk at Regent on January 25, "Bringing Faith to Bear on the Public Issues of Our Time." We asked him to comment on some of the challenges facing Christians in elected political office.   More…

The Doctrines of Our Age

On October 25 and 26, 2012, Rex Murphy delivered a series of three talks as part of the Laing Lectures to a packed First Baptist Church in Vancouver. Murphy challenged the audience to reflect on which aspects of modern secular thought have assumed the authority and deference of “doctrine” in the public square, supplanting traditional faith.   More…