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English, Religion, 4 seasons, 284 episodes, 2 days, 16 hours, 47 minutes
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Faith, life, and theology come together in this weekly look into the people and ideas that shape Regent College.
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Christology Ancient & Modern with Dr. Lucy Peppiatt

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7/12/202459 minutes, 18 seconds
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Christian Responses to the News of the Day with Dr. Jeffery Bilbro

In this episode, we dive into the intricate world of modern media with Dr. Jeffery Bilbro. Jeff discusses the challenges and opportunities presented by today's digital landscape, emphasizing the importance of discernment and thoughtful engagement. We explore how Christians can navigate the overwhelming influx of information and maintain a focus on what truly matters. Jeff offers practical insights and wisdom for cultivating a media diet that nourishes the soul and fosters community.Thanks for listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about our summer programs visit:https://www.regent-college.edu/summerSubscribe to our newsletter to hear all about Regent College:https://www.regent-college.edu/about-us/subscribe
7/1/202448 minutes
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Being Human in God's World with Dr. Isabelle Hamley

In this conversation, Dr. Isabelle Hamley talks to us about the nature of humans in relation to one another, God, and the earth, as reflected throughout the Old Testament. Using Genesis, Exodus, the Law, and the Psalms, Dr. Hamley answers questions about election into mission as well as gender and equality. Additionally, she touches on how to live in the tension of being in community while facing human limitedness and the reality of death.Thanks for listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about our summer programs visit:https://www.regent-college.edu/summerSubscribe to our newsletter to hear all about Regent College:https://www.regent-college.edu/about-us/subscribe
6/15/202452 minutes, 55 seconds
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Soul Recreation and Enjoying God with Dr. Tom Schwanda

In this conversation, Dr. Tom Schwanda defines concepts such as soul recreation, contemplation and enjoying the divine. He discusses the roles of Scripture, the visual arts, and the person of Jesus in building the human soul and the connection with God. Finally, he highlights the difference that a contemplative and spiritually grounded church can make in society today.Thanks for listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about our summer programs visit:https://www.regent-college.edu/summerSubscribe to our newsletter to hear all about Regent College:https://www.regent-college.edu/about-us/subscribe
6/1/202458 minutes, 1 second
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A Skeptic in Scripture with Dr. Brent Strawn

In this conversation, Dr. Brent Strawn walks us through the wisdom of Ecclesiastics; discussing the place of the book in the Old Testament; trying to deal with the scepticism and existential questions of Qoheleth; and examining the theological themes and their cultural significance then and now.Thanks for listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about our summer programs visit:https://www.regent-college.edu/summerSubscribe to our newsletter to hear all about Regent College:https://www.regent-college.edu/about-us/subscribe
5/18/202456 minutes, 42 seconds
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The Spirituality of Paul with Dr. Michael Gorman

In this conversation, Dr. Michael Gorman talks to us about Paul's spirituality —the transformative, lived experience of participating in Christ by the power of God's Spirit— and how he spoke about the nature of spirituality, dying and rising with Christ, spiritual transformation, prayer, the reality and significance of suffering, and the church as holy and missional community in his letters. Dr. Gorman concludes with the implications of Paul's spirituality on believing communities, individual believers, and ministers in Paul’s own day and in the life of the contemporary church.Thanks for listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about our summer programs visit:https://www.regent-college.edu/summerSubscribe to our newsletter to hear all about Regent College:https://www.regent-college.edu/about-us/subscribe
5/5/20241 hour, 1 minute
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The Cost of Forgetting Women in Church History with Dr. Beth Allison Barr

In this conversation, Beth defines the common term of Biblical Womanhood and tells the history of how Biblical Womanhood and patriarchy, shaped by culture, became models for the Church and the Christian home. She engages with theological, historical, and cultural arguments revealing the crucial roles that women have held in the Bible and the Church and emphasize the importance of teaching this history for the sake of the Christian community today.Thanks for listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about our summer programs visit:https://www.regent-college.edu/summerSubscribe to our newsletter to hear all about Regent College:https://www.regent-college.edu/about-us/subscribe
4/19/20241 hour, 14 minutes, 19 seconds
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The Book of Acts: to the End of the Earth with Dr. Steve Walton

How did the early church understand its identity and mission? What happened at Pentecost and how did the followers of Jesus explain it? How did the church expand to include other ethnicities and races? All this and more in this episode with Dr. Steve Walton.Thanks for listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about our summer programs visit:https://www.regent-college.edu/summerSubscribe to our newsletter to hear all about Regent College:https://www.regent-college.edu/about-us/subscribe
4/6/20241 hour, 6 minutes, 38 seconds
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Improvising Church: Scripture as the Source of Harmony, Rhythm and Soul with Dr. Mark Glanville

The post-Christian cultural turn is creating the conditions for a crisis of confidence in the church and in pastoral ministry. While this seems concerning, Mark offers a hopeful vision for the unique time that the church finds itself at. In this conversation, Mark suggests a biblical and practical vision for churches seeking to receive and extend the healing of Christ.Thanks for listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about our summer programs visit:https://www.regent-college.edu/summerSubscribe to our newsletter to hear all about Regent College:https://www.regent-college.edu/about-us/subscribe
3/25/202454 minutes, 22 seconds
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Christian Racial Reconciliation with Dr. George Yancey

In this conversation, Dr. George Yancey discusses the issues of racial injustice and division. Why should we as Christians care about matters of race, and how can Christians respond to divisions based on race? Dr. Yancey proposes a unifying, deeply Christian solution of collaborative conversations to move beyond color blindness and anti-racism, toward reconciliation.Thanks for listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about our summer programs visit:https://www.regent-college.edu/summerSubscribe to our newsletter to hear all about Regent College:https://www.regent-college.edu/about-us/subscribe
3/8/202437 minutes, 26 seconds
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God & the Kings: A Study through 1-2 Kings with Lissa Wray Beal

An introduction to a Regent 2024 Summer course! What made an ancient Israelite king a good covenant king? How does the narrative support or problematize the narrator’s evaluation of each king? And, how might the lives of these ancient kings call us to faithful Christian living? All this and more about kingship in the Old Testament with Dr. Lissa Wray Beal.Thanks for listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about our summer programs visit:https://www.regent-college.edu/summerSubscribe to our newsletter to hear all about Regent College:https://www.regent-college.edu/about-us/subscribe
2/26/202458 minutes, 34 seconds
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Visual Arts as Theology with Dr. Jonathan Anderson

In this conversation, Dr. Jonathan A. Anderson, the Eugene and Jan Peterson Associate Professor of Theology and the Arts at Regent talks to us about the relation between art and theology. He explains how the visual arts has and continue to serve not merely as an illustration for theology but as theological ideas, conversations, and arguments.Thanks for listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about Regent College and our upcoming courses, visit: https://www.regent-college.edu
2/14/20241 hour, 5 minutes, 30 seconds
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Truth and Lies about Being Human with Iain Provan

In this episode of the podcast, Dr. Iain Provan talks to us about some of the scientific, cultural and theological lies that have invaded our Christian nest. Iain thoughtfully lays out a biblical source for what it means to be human and to live in God's creation while discerning new ideas.Thanks for listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about Regent College and our upcoming courses, visit: https://www.regent-college.edu
1/27/202447 minutes, 21 seconds
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When Christians Disagree With Dr. Wesley Hill

Disagreement within the church is not something new but it seems like we are getting more anxious everyday about our differences. Dr. Wesley Hill walks us through the history of disagreement within the church and how we see it reflected in the Bible.He discusses the idea of impaired communion and offers us a way to move forward into a hopeful form of unity despite our disagreements.Thanks for listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about Regent College and our upcoming courses, visit: https://www.regent-college.edu
1/15/202448 minutes, 49 seconds
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The Lost World of the Conquest with John Walton

In this episode, we asked Dr. John Walton all about the Israeli Conquest in the book of Joshua. Did God command the Israelites to "wipe out" everyone in the land? In what way was the land given to Israel by God? What implications does a new understanding of the conquest carry for today?Thanks for listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about Regent College and our upcoming courses, visit: https://www.regent-college.edu
11/17/202351 minutes, 37 seconds
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Peace in Israel and Palestine #2 - Christian Zionism, Palestinian Christians and Following a Crucified King

In this podcast, Jonathan Kuttab and Jesse Wheeler talk about some of the ideas behind and history of Zionism and Christian Zionism. They explain how the Palestinian identity became a political statement and how Palestinians are perceived by the world and they offer a new framework to think about the issue and work for peace as followers of a “crucified king”.Please refer to this page for Regent College's official statement on the recent violence in Israel and Palestine.Thanks for listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about Regent College and our upcoming courses, visit: https://www.regent-college.edu
11/3/20231 hour, 4 minutes, 59 seconds
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Peace in Israel and Palestine #1 - Lament and Reconciliation with Lisa Loden

Lisa Loden is an American Jewish believer of Christ who’s lived in Israel for decades working for peace and reconciliation along side Palestinian and Israeli Christians. In this podcast, Lisa talks about her experience of the attack on October 7, the theology of creation and reconciliation, and peace efforts.Please refer to this page for Regent College's official statement on the recent violence in Israel and Palestine.Thanks for listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about Regent College and our upcoming courses, visit: https://www.regent-college.edu
10/27/20231 hour, 19 minutes, 54 seconds
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End of 2021

We have really enjoyed this past year of conversations around life, faith, and theology on the Regent College Podcast! If you have enjoyed the podcast, would you consider writing a review or rating us.  Also if there are any conversations you enjoyed or topics you think we should discuss feel free to email us at [email protected].  If you would like to give an end of the year donation to Regent College please let them know the podcast sent you.  Have a wonderful Advent season.  We will be back the beginning of January next year.  Thanks for Listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about Regent College and our upcoming courses, visit: https://www.regent-college.edu
12/24/20213 minutes, 13 seconds
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REPLAY #140 Friendship recentered - with Dr. Maxine Hancock and Dr. Cindy Aalders

Friendship is one of the most important human relationships. But in a culture focused on romance and the nuclear family, it often gets short shrift. Today, Drs. (and friends) Cindy Aalders and Maxine Hancock join us to talk about the vital importance of friendship––theologically, historically, and personally. What do we lose when we deprioritize friendship? How do we cultivate friendships that hold fast through grief, loss, and disappointment? What are some of the obstacles that inhibit intergenerational and cross-gender friendships––and how can we overcome them? And how does our friendship with each other nurture our friendship with God? Don't miss this important and encouraging conversation.To learn more about Regent College and its upcoming courses visit:www.regent-college.edu/Thanks for Listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about Regent College and our upcoming courses, visit: https://www.regent-college.edu
6/25/20211 hour, 42 seconds
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REPLAY #141 Evolution, Neanderthals and original sin - with Dr. Denis Alexander

If humanity is made in the image of God, what can we learn from genetics? Today we're talking with Dr. Denis Alexander about how current scientific approaches to genetics square with a scriptural approach to human identity. What is the image of God? Is there a scientific equivalent to original sin? And is genetic enhancement okay? Join us for this fascinating exploration of theology and biology.Denis Alexander has served as Founding Director (Emeritus) of The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, Cambridge; Chair of the Molecular Immunology Programme and Head of the Laboratory of Lymphocyte Signalling and Development at The Babraham Institute; Editor of Science and Christian Belief; and member of the executive committee of the International Society for Science and Religion. He is the author of Genes, Determinism and God (CUP), Is There Purpose in Biology? (Oxford), and Are We Slaves to Our Genes? (CUP).To learn more about Regent College and its upcoming courses visit:www.regent-college.edu/Thanks for Listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about Regent College and our upcoming courses, visit: https://www.regent-college.edu
6/18/202153 minutes, 33 seconds
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REPLAY #107 Mental Health: Social Isolation and loneliness- with Dr. Claudia Rossetto

 Dr. Claudia Rossetto holds a MATS from Regent College and a D.Min. from Carey Theological College. She argues that western culture's emphasis on independence is contributing to a widespread experience of social isolation. Join us to learn about the difference between social isolation and loneliness, systemic and individual causes of social isolation, and the (possible) relationship between wealth and loneliness. Enjoy the podcast––and don't forget to leave a comment!To learn more about Regent College and its upcoming events and courses visit:www.regent-college.eduThanks for Listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about Regent College and our upcoming courses, visit: https://www.regent-college.edu
6/11/202154 minutes, 4 seconds
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2020 is a wrap!

2020 is a wrap! by Regent CollegeThanks for Listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about Regent College and our upcoming courses, visit: https://www.regent-college.edu
12/22/20203 minutes, 47 seconds
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#133 Questions about the Old Testament Ep 2 - with Dr. Iain Provan

Today we're talking with someone who has spent his life wrestling with hard questions about the Old Testament: Dr. Iain Provan, Marshall Sheppard Professor of Biblical Studies at Regent College. We're diving right into the questions that have been bugging us for a while: Did the prophets really forecast the future? What do we make of passages that seem to show God's will being thwarted (like 2 Kings 3)? Were the Egyptian plagues just natural events? And what exactly is Sheol? Tune in for this wide-ranging, eye-opening conversation.To learn more about Regent College and our upcoming Fall courses, visit www.regent-college.edu.dThanks for Listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about Regent College and our upcoming courses, visit: https://www.regent-college.edu
12/18/20201 hour, 2 minutes, 12 seconds
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BIG Give Away: take a course for FREE - Deadline Nov 29th

If you're new to Regent and loving what you're hearing on the Podcast, we've got an offer for you! This winter, one lucky podcast listener will win the chance to audit a course at Regent for free from anywhere in the world. If you have never taken a course at Regent send an email to [email protected] with your answers to two questions: (1) What course would you like to take and why? and (2) What topic(s) would you like us to touch on in the podcast? To check out the courses that will be offered in January, go to rgnt.net/winter. The deadline for all submissions is November the 29th. We're looking forward to seeing you in class this winter!Thanks for Listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about Regent College and our upcoming courses, visit: https://www.regent-college.edu
11/24/20201 minute, 28 seconds
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We are launching an Old Testament Series!

We are excited to inform you that we are launching a three-episode series on the podcast called “Questions about the Old Testament”. We feel privileged to have Dr. Ian Provan, Dr. Mathew Lynch and Dr. Mark Glandville, experts on the Old Testament, as part of the Regent family so we felt this series was long overdue. So be on the lookout for the release of each episode.Thanks for Listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about Regent College and our upcoming courses, visit: https://www.regent-college.edu
10/13/20201 minute, 8 seconds
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#112 Why music matters - with Dr. Jeremy Begbie

A prolific scholar and a gifted musician, Dr. Jeremy Begbie is one of today's most important writers on theology and the arts. We had a wonderful conversation with Dr. Begbie about how the arts enrich and expand our theological imagination. How does music help us understand complex subjects like pain, joy, or even the nature of God? Can the arts teach theology on their own terms? Enjoy the conversation, and don't forget to leave a comment.To learn more about Regent College and its upcoming events and courses visit:www.regent-college.eduThanks for Listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about Regent College and our upcoming courses, visit: https://www.regent-college.edu
7/24/202055 minutes, 32 seconds
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Season 2 of the Regent Podcast is here!

Season 2 of the Regent College Podcast is here! We are excited to let you know all about the exciting things happening this season: We've got a new producer, a new host, new segments, and, most importantly, NEW PODCASTS!Thanks for Listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about Regent College and our upcoming courses, visit: https://www.regent-college.edu
2/22/20192 minutes, 47 seconds
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Bonus - Rikk Watts's Final Chapel, "The Things That Matter Most"

On December 6, 2016, Rikk Watts gave his final chapel talk as Regent College's Professor of New Testament, titled "The Things That Matter Most". This is a recording of the full sermon.Regent College is an innovative graduate school of theology, where vibrant evangelical faith meets rigorous academics. Find out more at www.regent-college.eduThanks for Listening!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.To learn more about Regent College and our upcoming courses, visit: https://www.regent-college.edu
12/9/201620 minutes, 46 seconds