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Faith, life, and theology come together in this weekly look into the people and ideas that shape Regent College.

    #098 In the world but not of it: The Seamless Life - with Steven Garber

    #098 In the world but not of it: The Seamless Life - with Steven Garber

    We had the privilege of sitting down with Dr. Steven Garber to talk about his latest book, The Seamless Life. Steve has spent his life reflecting on the troubling implications of a dualistic mindset and explaining why the sacred/secular divide misses the mark in the real world. How can we live seamlessly in such a polarized world? Listen in.

    To learn more about Regent College and its upcoming events and courses visit:
    www.regent-college.edu

    • 39 min
    Our response to the COVID-19 crisis

    Our response to the COVID-19 crisis

    Our response to the COVID-19 crisis by Regent College

    • 3 min
    #097 Noah’s ark: myth or reality? - with Tremper Longman

    #097 Noah’s ark: myth or reality? - with Tremper Longman

    In this week's podcast, we had the privilege of talking to Dr. Tremper Longman, a distinguished biblical scholar. We talked about the veracity of the story of Noah's ark. We had plenty of questions: Was there a worldwide flood as the Bible describes it? Do apparent historical inaccuracies undermine the authority of the Bible? How does our understanding of the Ancient Near East (ANE) change our understanding of Genesis? This is a don't-miss episode!

    To learn more about Regent College and its upcoming events and courses visit:
    www.regent-college.edu

    To get Tremper Longman's book, please visit the Regent College Bookstore.

    • 52 min
    #096 Bringing theology to life through the arts - with Iwan Russell-Jones

    #096 Bringing theology to life through the arts - with Iwan Russell-Jones

    It's always a treat to talk to Dr. Iwan Russell-Jones––and today’s podcast is no exception! Iwan spent 25 years as a TV and radio producer and director for the BBC before joining Regent's faculty as the Eugene and Jan Peterson Associate Professor of Theology and the Arts. Iwan is a passionate advocate for the importance of the arts in theological conversations, arguing that every generation and culture has to wrestle with the question of how the arts fit into the life of the church in that particular time and place. Is “Christian art” a real thing? Will artists see the fruit of their labour? Is Regent's Integrative Project in Arts & Theology better a thesis? Iwan has the answers. Don’t forget to leave us a comment. Enjoy the podcast!

    To learn more about Regent College and its upcoming events and courses visit:
    www.regent-college.edu/

    • 51 min
    #095 Called to work - with Katherine L. Alsdorf

    #095 Called to work - with Katherine L. Alsdorf

    On today's podcast, Katherine Alsdorf, experienced CEO and founder of the Redeemer's Center for Faith and Work, joins us to explore some hard questions relating to work in the workplace. What kind of theological approach should we bring to the ethics of business––especially fields like marketing and sales? And how do we deal with failure in a job or ministry that we thought God had called us to pursue? Tune in for this timely and thought-provoking conversation.

    To learn more about Regent College and its upcoming events and courses visit:
    www.regent-college.edu/

    • 35 min
    #094 Vatican II: Does it matter for Protestants? - with Hans Boersma

    #094 Vatican II: Does it matter for Protestants? - with Hans Boersma

    Vatican II was a major event in the life of the Catholic church. But what's its relevance for Protestants? In this week's episode, we sit down with Dr. Hans Boersma to discuss the wide-ranging impact of Vatican II on the entire Christian world over the past 50 years. Dr. Boersma, an expert in Catholic theology and the Church Fathers, helped us ground and connect this important council with the development of both Protestantism and the Catholic Church. Let me tell you, you are in for a ride! So enjoy this episode and don't forget to leave your thoughts in the comment section.

    To learn more about Regent College and its upcoming events and courses visit:
    www.regent-college.edu/

    • 49 min

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