Craig Gay is Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at Regent College. He also serves as the editor for Crux, a quarterly journal of Christian thought and opinion published by faculty and alumni of Regent College. He is author of Dialogue, Catalogue and Monologue, Cash Values: The Value of Money the Nature of Worth, The Way of the (Modern) World, and With Liberty and Justice for Whom?. He has been published in Christian Scholar's Review, American Journal of Sociology, Crux, and Markets & Morality, and he is the co-editor (with C. Peter Molloy) of The Way of Truth in the Present Age.
2012 Evening Public Lectures
Speaker(s): Craig Gay, Darren Provost, Dave Diewert, Don Lewis, Ivan Satyavrata, Iwan Russell-Jones, James Houston, Jim Belcher, John Barclay, John Walton, Mariam Kamell, Marilyn McEntyre, Preston Manning, Rachel Hostetter-Smith, Ralph Wood, Rod Wilson, Susan Phillips
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This is a special collection of all 2012 Evening Public Lectures given at Regent College. Lectures include:
- Bringing Faith to Bear on the Public Issues of Our Time - Preston Manning n
- Surprised by Grace: The Overlooked Foundation of the Letter of James - Mariam Kamell n
- London Burning and the Post-Riot Debates - Jim Belcher n
- Human Origins in Light of Genesis 2 - John Walton n
- Reconsidering Christian Humanism and the Early Reformation - Darren Provost n
- Great Sporting Liturgies: Fields of Praise? - Iwan Russell-Jones n
- Technology and the Shaping of the Imagination - Craig Gay n
- Poetry, Protest, and Prayer - Marilyn McEntyre n
- Evangelicals and Jews Together: The Origins of Christian Zionism - Don Lewis n
- The Economics of Enough - Dave Diewert n
- Divining the Spirit in Contemporary Art - Rachel Hostetter Smith n
- Slumdogs and Millionaires: The Gospel and Social Engagement in India Today - Ivan Satyavrata n
- The Role of the Psalms in Transforming Seniors into Elders - James Houston n
- Shhhh! The Art of Listening in an Inattentive Culture - Susan Phillips n
- G.K. Chesterton: Rum, Romanis, and the Sacramental Imagination - Ralph Wood n
- Depression, Anger, And Gender - Rod Wilson n
- Because You're Worth it: Grace and Human Value - John Barclay n
See All Audio by Craig Gay Darren Provost Dave Diewert Don Lewis Ivan Satyavrata Iwan Russell-Jones James Houston Jim Belcher John Barclay John Walton Mariam Kamell Marilyn McEntyre Preston Manning Rachel Hostetter-Smith Ralph Wood Rod Wilson Susan Phillips
Darren Provost is Assistant Professor of History, Coordinator for History at Trinity Western University.
David Diewert is a former professor of Biblical Languages at Regent College. He is now a sessional lecturer at Regent College where he teaches Biblical Greek and Hebrew as well as courses on Amos and other Old Testament book studies. Dr. Diewert lives on the eastside of Vancouver where he and his family live among and minister to the poor and marginalized of Vancouver.
Donald M. Lewis is Professor of Church History at Regent College and is the Secretary of the Anglican Studies Program. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. He is author of Lighten Their Darkness: The Evangelical Mission to Working-Class London, 1828-1860, The Future Shape of Anglican Ministry, and The Origins of Christian Zionism: Evangelical Support for a Jewish Homeland, as well as editor of Christianity Re-born: The Global Expansion of Evangelicalism in the 20th Century and The Blackwell Dictionary of Evangelical Biography 1730-1860.
Ivan Morris Satyavrata is President of Southern Asia Bible College in Bangalore, India, Executive Director of Euro-Asian Theological Association, and Chairman of the Asia Theological Association in India. He is an ordained minister of the Assemblies of God with a part-time ministry role in a 7,000-member congregation in Bangalore.
Dr. Iwan Russell-Jones is Eugene and Jan Peterson Associate Professor of Theology and the Arts, and the Head of the Christianity and the Arts Program at Regent College. He has over 25 years of experience as a producer and director for the BBC, in both television and radio, and is a founding co-editor of the Ship of Fools website. For four years, he taught at Columbia Theological Seminary in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, where he set up a new department to explore the interaction between faith, media, and contemporary culture.
James M. Houston is Board of Governors' Professor of Spiritual Theology at Regent College. Previously, he was University Lecturer at Oxford University. He is author of I Believe in the Creator, In Search of Happiness, The Heart's Desire: A Guide to Personal Fulfillment, The Transforming Power of Prayer: Deepening Your Friendship with God., Joyful Exiles, and Letters of Faith Through the Seasons.
Jim Belcher is author of Deep Church: A Third Way Beyond Emerging and Traditional and In Search of Deep Faith: A Pilgrimage Into the Beauty, Goodness and Heart of Christianity. He is also the former founding church planter and lead pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Newport Beach, California.
John Barclay is Lightfoot Professor of Divinity at Durham University. He is author of many books, including Pauline Churches and Diaspora Jews, Colossians and Philemon, and Obeying the Truth. A Study of Paul's Ethics in Galatians.
John Walton is Professor of Old Testament at Wheaton College. Previously he served as a professor at Moody Bible Institute for twenty years. He is author of many books, including The Lost World of Scripture: Ancient Literary Culture and Biblical Authority, Genesis 1 as Ancient Cosmology, The Lost World of Genesis 1: Ancient Cosmology and the Origins Debate, and Ancient Near Eastern Thought and the Old Testament.
Mariam J. Kovalishyn (Kamell) is Assistant Professor of New Testament at Regent College after previously serving as Postdoctoral Fellow for three years. She is co-author (with Craig L. Blomberg and Clinton E. Arnold) of Zondervan's exegetical commentary on James.
Marilyn McEntyre is a writer and Professor of Medical Humanities at UC Davis and the UC Berkeley-UCSF Joint Medical Program. She is author of many books, including What's in a Phrase?: Pausing Where Scripture Gives You Pause, Patient Poets: Illness from Inside Out, and Teaching Literature and Medicine.
Preston Manning is a Senior Fellow of Regent College's Marketplace Institute. He was one of the principal founders of the Reform Party of Canada and the Canadian Alliance, serving as Leader of the Official Opposition in the Canadian Parliament from 1997-2000. He has spoken extensively on faith and politics.
Rachel Hostetter Smith is Professor of Art & Gilkison Chair of Art History at Taylor University in Upland, Indiana, USA. She is also Project Director and Curator of Charis: Boundary Crossings, an international traveling exhibit of work by Asian and North American artists that explores the implications of Christian faith and artistic practice in a multicultural world.
Ralph C. Wood is University Professsor of Theology and Literature at Baylor University. There he has taught award-winning courses that are devoted to the relation of Christian faith to imaginitive literature. He is the author of The Comedy of Redemption: Christian Faith and Comic Vision in Four American Novelists., Contending for the Faith: The Church's Engagement with Culture, The Gospel According to Tolkien: Visions of the Kingdom in Middle-earth and Flannery O'Connor and the Christ-Haunted South.
Rod Wilson is former President and Professor of Counselling and Psychology at Regent College. He is the author of Counseling and Community and How Do I Help a Hurting Friend?, as well as the co-author of Exploring Your Anger and Helping Angry People.
Susan S. Phillips is Executive Director and Professor of Christianity and Sociology at New College Berkeley (an affiliate of the Graduate Theological Union in California). Susan is keenly interested in how engaging the caring practices will shape us spiritually. She is a certified spiritual director (Mercy Center, Burlingame, California) and has practised spiritual direction since the early 1990s. She edited (with Patricia Benner) The Crisis of Care and her most recent book is Candlelight: Illuminating the Art of Spiritual Direction.
Because You're Worth It: Grace and Human Value
Speaker: John Barclay
Bring Faith to Bear on the Public Issues of our Time
Speaker: Preston Manning
Depression, Anger, and Gender
Speaker: Rod Wilson
Divining the Spirit in Contemporary Art
Speaker: Rachel Hostetter-Smith
Evangelicals and Jews Together: The Origins of Christian Zionism
Speaker: Don Lewis
G.K. Chesterton: Rum, Romanism, and the Sacramental Imagination
Speaker: Ralph Wood
Great Sporting Liturgies: Fields of Praise?
Speaker: Iwan Russell-Jones
Human Origins in Light of Genesis 2
Speaker: John Walton
London Burning & the Post-Riot Debates
Speaker: Jim Belcher
Poetry, Protest, and Prayer
Speaker: Marilyn McEntyre
Reconsidering Christian Humanism & the Early Reformation
Speaker: Darren Provost
Shhhh! The Art of Listening in an Inattentive Culture
Speaker: Susan Phillips
Slumdogs & Millionaires: The Gospel & Social Engagement in India Today
Speaker: Ivan Satyavrata
Surprised By Grace: The Overlooked Foundation of the Letter of James
Speaker: Mariam Kovalishyn
Technology & the Shaping of the Imagination
Speaker: Craig Gay
The Economics of Enough
Speaker: Dave Diewert
The Role of the Psalms in Transforming Seniors into Elders
Speaker: James Houston