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World Christianity Conference

On the Threshold

Registration closes at 10 pm tonight! Part-time rates are available. As believers from the non-western world grapple with and live out the universal Christian faith in their local contexts, they offer new insights to the ongoing development of the Christian tradition. Join the conversation and register now

Regent Audio

NEW Regent Audio Site!

The Regent Bookstore is proud to announce the launch of a new Audio site with a brand new look and feel that’s easy to navigate and friendly to moblie devices.
Visit now

Stefan Brunhoff

Nature Never Spent

July 1 - August 1 
Stefan Brunhoff pursues the "otherness" of the natural world through watercolour. Experience his unique perspective in the 
Lookout Gallery

Ross Hastings

Ross on the Radio

Ross Hastings is interviewed on "Missional God, Missional Church" by Larry Wood, host of Peace Talk on 660 AM in Greenville, SC. 
Hear the interview


Annual Report

Your Impact

What happens when you give to Regent? How far does your generosity extend? Discover the reach of your impact in the 
Annual Report

Roger Scruton

Reclaiming Beauty

Why has beauty been removed from the centre of human life? To find out, we asked philosopher
and writer Roger Scruton.
Watch the interview

John Stackhouse

Free Audio Streaming

John Stackhouse speaks on Homosexuality: Sexual Morality, Pastoral Implications, and Public Policy. 
Listen now

Rod Wilson

Fall 2013 Courses Open

Considering taking courses at Regent this fall? Daytime, as well as evening and weekend courses, are open. Register now


Against Imagination?

Is the second commandment a rejection of our capacity to imagine God? Michael Keller considers 
via Wondering Fair

Justin Tse

Christians and Gays

Justin Tse, former Regent student, lends insight to the struggle of Chinese Christians and the "gay debate" via The Vancouver Sun

Jeff Greenman

New Academic Dean

As of July 2, 2013, Regent College welcomed Dr. Jeffrey P. Greenman as our new academic dean. 
Read more


Vanscapes by M. Maisey

Artist Murray Maisey captures Vancouver morning street scenes. Visit the Regent library now until August to watch the city awake.

Converge Magazine

Was Jesus a Feminist?

John Stackhouse dispels myths surrounding feminism in this
recent interview 
via Converge Magazine


Vancity & JustWork

Vancity supports JustWork, a social enterprise where the Regent community has been intimately involved since its emergence. 
Read the story


Economics of Jubilee

Capitalism offers unrestricted capital mobility and unrestrained debt creation. Professor Paul Williams explores an alternative
via Comment

Meera Bai Talk

Help Addicts Shoot Up?

The Safe Injection site controversy is back. Hear Meera Bai's perspective as a nurse working at Vancouver's Insite in 2011. 
Download now

Chris Hall

July 22, 7:30 pm

Chris Hall: "Creedal Hermeneutics: How the Church Can Help Us Read the Bible"

The Grand Trine

July 18, 12:00 pm

Free Lunchtime Concert: The Grand Trine

City Tour

July 20, 9:00 am

Postmodern Urban Spaces: A City Tour with Dr. David Ley

Soon-Chan Rah

July 31, 7:30 pm

Soong-Chan Rah: "Tears of Hope and Chage: The Need for Lament in a Multicultural World"

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