Date(s) - November 27, 2023
12:30 pm - 1:45 pm
Regent College (Room 100)
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Connect with Regent faculty as they unveil research on theological topics that deeply matter to them.
Designed to foster enriching dialogue among faculty, students, and the wider community, each forum features a 40-minute paper presentation followed by a 20-minute Q&A session. The Regent Forum is free, open to the public, and available exclusively onsite. Join us for an event that promises to inspire, enlighten, and broaden your perspective.
UPCOMING FORUM EVENTS
Matthew Lynch – “The Paradoxes of Divine Presence in the Old Testament”
Craig Gay – “Remembering the Theological Roots of Liberal Democracy”
Liberal democracy is in trouble in many parts of the world today, even in North America. One important reason for this is that many people have forgotten what “liberal democracy” is and where—in terms of its animating convictions—it comes from. My forum talk is intended to help us to remember that what we call “liberal democracy” is actually the political outworking of some very basic Christian ideas.
Ross Hastings – “What DID Happen at the Ascension of Jesus?”
George Guthrie – “Long Ago God Spoke: Divine Action in the Scriptures According to Hebrews”
Cindy Aalders – “Sweet and Sorrowful Death: Representations of the ars moriendi of Eighteenth-Century Children”
David Robinson – “Work that Endures: Towards a Theological Ethics of Sustainability”