Faculty Lectures (Next Chapter Celebration Weekend)

Speaker(s): Darrell Johnson, Eugene Peterson, Iain Provan, John Stackhouse, Paul Williams, Phil Long, Rikk Watts, Robert Derrenbacker, Ross Hastings, Sarah Williams
Date: September 2007
Length: 4:23:39
Product ID: RGDL3742S

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This set comprises the lectures given by various faculty on the occasion of the opening of the John Richard Allison Library.

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  • A One Person's Harvest from Regent by Eugene Peterson
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  • B What in the World are We Doing? By John Stackhouse
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  • C The Missional God: Pursued & Pursuing by Ross Hastings
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  • D Following Jesus in the Marketplace by Paul Williams and Rikk Watts
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  • E The Invention of Ancient Israel? Iain Provan and Phil Long
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  • F What are the Relationships Among the Gospels by Robert Derrenbacker
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  • G So What is Supposed to Happen in Preaching? By Darrell Johnson
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  • H The Historian as Bard & Prophet by Sarah Williams
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See All Audio by Darrell Johnson Eugene Peterson Iain Provan John Stackhouse Paul Williams Phil Long Rikk Watts Robert Derrenbacker Ross Hastings Sarah Williams

Darrell W. Johnson is Senior Minister at First Baptist Church in Vancouver and former Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology at Regent College. Before coming to Regent he served for 30 years as Preaching Pastor for churches in the United States and the Philippines. He continues to teach as a sessional lecturer at Regent College.

Eugene H. Peterson is Professor Emeritus of Spiritual Theology at Regent College. He has written numerous books, authored a commentary on the books of 1 & 2 Samuel, and translated the Bible (The Message) into contemporary English.

Iain W. Provan is the E. Marshall Shepherd Professor of Biblical Studies (Old Testament) at Regent College. He has previously taught at King's College London, the University of Wales, and the University of Edinburgh. He is author of Seriously Dangerous Religion: What the Old Testament Really Says and Why it Matters, Convenient Myths: The Axial Age, Dark Green Religion, and the World that Never Was, commentaries on 1 & 2 Kings, Ecclesiastes & Song of Songs, and Lamentations, and co-author (with V. Phillips Long and Tremper Longman III) of A Biblical History of Israel. He is also a Life Member of Clare Hall, Cambridge.

John G. Stackhouse, Jr. is the Samuel J. Mikolaski Professor of Religious Studies and Dean of Faculty Development at Crandall University in New Brunswick. Prior to this, he was the Sangwoo Youtong Chee Professor of Theology and Culture at Regent College. He serves as an advisory editor at Christianity Today, a contributing editor at Books & Culture, and a columnist for Faith Today. He is the author of eight books, including Need to Know: Vocation as the Heart of Christian Epistemology, Making the Best of It: Following Christ in the Real World, and Can God be Trusted?: Faith and the Challenge of Evil, as well as the co-author, editor, and co-editor of seven more. His articles have been featured in many publications, including The New York Times, The Times Literary Supplement, The Atlantic, Time, and Reader's Digest.

Paul Williams is Research Professor of Marketplace Theology & Leadershipnat Regent College. Previously, he was Chief Economist and Head of International Research for DTZ Holdings, an international real estate consulting and investment banking group headquartered in London, UK.

V. Philips Long is Professor of Old Testament at Regent College. Previously he taught at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri, USA, and Freie Theologische Akademie in Germany. His book publications include The Reign and Rejection of King Saul: A Case for Literary and Theological Coherence, The Art of Biblical History, and the co-authored work (with Iain Provan and Tremper Longman III) A Biblical History of Israel. He has contributed commentary notes for the ESV Study Bible (Joshua) and the Spirit of the Reformation Study Bible (1-2 Samuel) and has served on several translation projects.

Rikk E. Watts is Professor of New Testament at Regent College. Previously, he served as an instructor at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Wycliffe Hall at Oxford University, La Trobe University, and the Bible College of Victoria (now the Melbourne School of Theology). He is author of Isaiah's New Exodus in Mark, as well as a founding member of On Being, an Australian Christian magazine.

Robert Derrenbacker is the President, Provost and Vice-Chancellor of Thorneloe University in Sudbury, Ontario, and was previously Assistant Professor of New Testament at Regent College. He is a member of the Editorial Board of the International Q Project, the Board of Trustees for the Colleges and Universities of the Anglican Communion, and he belongs to the Catholic Biblical Association and Society of Biblical Literature, where he is Chair of the Synoptic Gospels Section. He is also a Priest in the Anglican Church of Canada.

Ross Hastings is Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology at Regent College. Previously, he served as the Senior Pastor at Peace Portal Alliance Church in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. He is the author of Missional God, Missional Church: Hope for Re-evangelizing the West.

Sarah Williams is Research Professor of Church History at Regent College. Previously, she held research and teaching positions at the University of Birmingham, Harris Manchester College at Oxford, and Lincoln College at Oxford. She is author of Religious Belief and Popular Culture, The Shaming of the Strong, and co-author of Redefining Christian Britain. She has written a number of articles and reviews for academic journals such as Past and Present, The Urban History Yearbook, The Journal of Victorian Culture, The Journal of the Oral History Society, Archives De Sciences Sociales Des Religions, and The Journal of Nineteenth Century Studies. She has contributed to European Religion in the Age of Great Cities (Hugh McLeod ed.), and worked on a collaborative research project that was published as Women, Gender and Religious Cultures in Britain, 1800-1940.

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