Rikk Watts: Jerusalem Versus Athens Revisited: Why the 21st Century is the Most Christian and the Most Confused
Date(s) - May 20, 2015
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Regent College Chapel
Initially trained as an aeronautical engineer, Rikk Watts worked for a number of years with IBM in large retail systems engineering while undertaking a degree in philosophy, art history, and sociology. He later joined a parachurch organization engaged in Christian awareness projects in public schools and in providing crisis accommodation and various rehabilitation programs for the urban poor. He was a founding member of On Being, a major Australian Christian magazine, and supported himself and his family as a professional drummer.
Rikk Watts has served as an instructor at Gordon-Conwell (Boston), Wycliffe Hall (Oxford), Latrobe University (Melbourne), and the Bible College of Victoria (Melbourne). He presently attends Living Waters, which is part of the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada, and is also a member of the preaching team. Rikk Watts is married to Katie, a primary teacher, and they have two adult children, Steven and Rebecca. In addition to an obsession with sailing, he enjoys movies, good restaurants, music, reading, and going for long walks with Katie.
This talk is part of our Summer Lectures 2015 series.