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The White Rose

Yesterday marked the 78th anniversary of the deaths of Nazi resisters Hans and Sophie Scholl and Christoph Probst, executed by the Third Reich in 1943. Next week, join us online to […]

Covid, the Courts, and Religious Liberty

Because of the Covid pandemic, many jurisdictions have placed limits on religious worship. Protests that such limits infringe on the religious liberty guarantees of the First Amendment have reached the […]

Family-Friendly Work: History and New Possibilities

Online Discussion: How COVID-19 Has Created an Urgent Need for Family-Friendly Work COVID-19 has upended the lives of millions of Americans and highlighted the deficiency in family-friendly workplace policies. Caregivers […]

Art and Faith: A Theology of Making

Regent College and the Dal Schindell Gallery are excited to welcome Makoto Fujimura for the launch of his new book, Art and Faith: A Theology of Making. In this book, Fujimura attends […]

More Work, Fewer Babies

Egalitarian values and generous social welfare states had been credited with protecting the Nordic countries in particular from very low fertility rates. Yet since 2008, birth rates in those countries […]

Disability, Technology, and Human Flourishing

Being human in our technological age requires not merely technical skills but—more importantly—intellectual capacity to navigate a rapidly changing philosophical milieu. Join us this winter for our online lecture series, Human […]

Refuge Reimagined: Biblical Kinship in Global Politics

Please join the Regent College Bookstore for a conversation with Dr. Mark Glanville and Dr. Luke Glanville about their recent publication, Refuge Reimagined: Biblical Kinship in Global Politics. They will be hosted […]