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The Regent World Moves Online!

The Regent World Goes Online!

Read the inaugural issue on the topic "Faith and Politics in a Fractured World," featuring interviews with Rex Murphy, Margaret Somerville, and Preston Manning.
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ReFrame Course Starts Again in Vancouver

The Marketplace Institute with City in Focus
March 20 - May 15, 2013

You, your friends, and six Regent faculty
12 sessions | 9 weeks

Reframe is a course designed especially for small groups to help Christians rediscover how God's story reframes everything. Take this course with friends, a church group, or co-workers. Register your group today!

Pastors' Conference Registration Now Open

Pastors Conference Registration Open

May 7 - 10, 2013
Restoring the Centre: The Place of the Table in the Church

This conference aims to encourage pastors, irrespective of their views on the meaning of the bread and cup, to consider the centrality of the Eucharist and to explore ways to pursue its practice in conjunction with the preaching of the Word.
Early Bird rates in effect until March 15. Register today

Dale Bruner & Darrell Johnson Workshop

Friday February 8, 7 pm-9 pm
Saturday February 9, 9 am-4 pm

This weekend workshop will feature teaching by both Dale Bruner and Darrell Johnson, as well as discussion and interaction around the major themes of the Gospel of John. Find out more

Focus on the Arts: Exhibitions, Films, Music

We have a ton of art events happening at Regent this month!

Re: Creation art exhibit

January 19-February 21
An exhibition featuring artists from the We Make Stuff book, exploring the intersection of art and faith.

February 28-March 28
An exhibition showcasing the artistic work of Regent students, staff, and faculty.

Screening of Hellbound, the movie

February 26, 7 pm

Film screening of Hellbound followed by panel discussion with director Kevin Miller.

Talk with composer Janet Danielson

February 27, 6:30 pm

Talk and performance by Janet Danielson: prof at SFU, composer, and music theorist.