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Winter Issue 11: April 7

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Winter Issue 10: March 31

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Winter Issue 9: March 24

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Winter Issue 2: January 20

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Winter Issue 1: January 13

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Fall Issue 12: December 9

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Interview w/ Jonathan Wilson

Lucas Stone: Why did you choose these 5 books to recommend to Regent Students to read after they graduate?

Jonathan Wilson: I am going to give you 5 books not in the area of theological studies. These are books I reread or had a significant impact on me when I first read them. (Continued)

Interview w/ Gordon T. Smith

Nikolas R. Amodeo: Thanks for doing this, Gordon. The idea here is to ask, “How can students continue their theological education post-Regent?” – the lifelong learning idea. What five books should every Regent alum or grad student read if they haven’t already?

GTS: Well, any students who are in my classes will hear me talk about Bonhoeffer’s book, Life Together. I think it is the greatest spiritual classic of the 20th century.  (Continued)

Fall Issue 10: November 18

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Fall Issue 9: November 11

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Fall Issue 8: November 4

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Interview w/ Ross Douthat

I had the privilege of speaking with New York Times columnist Ross Douthat, who recently gave a series of lectures at Regent College. The first two questions are regarding his lecture series Settling in to a Decadent Decline, and the following questions are regarding his most recent book, Bad Religion: How We Became a Nation of Heretics.

Corine Boersma: Ross, what’s the problem you’re trying to address when you speak of Western culture’s “decadent decline”?

Ross Douthat: Well, I guess there are two interconnected things. (Continued)

Fall Issue 7: October 28

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Fall Issue 6: October 21

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Five Books w/ Bill Reimer

I have worked at the Regent Bookstore for nearly two years. During my time, in matters regarding book recommendations, the most common refrain uttered by myself and my colleagues is: “I’ll ask Bill.” I sat down with Bill and talked books.

Dave Redfern: Hi Bill. How long have you worked at the Regent Bookstore?

Bill Reimer: Well, it’s been 25 years now. (Continued)

Five Books w/ Ross Hastings

Brittany R. McComb: What are the top five books you would have every current Regent student read, across the degree program lines?

Ross Hastings: The first one would definitely be Resurrection and the Moral Order by Oliver O’Donovan because it presents a gospel understanding of ethics. (Continued)

Fall Issue 5: October 7

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Fall Issue 4: September 30

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