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Winter Issue 3: January 27

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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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Fall Issue 11: December 2

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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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Five Books w/ Hans Boersma

Editor Note: This new weekly column will feature key book recommendations from Regent faculty and staff. Enjoy!

Tracy Russell: Which five books would you recommend for Regent grads to read in their first years following graduation? (Both for long-delayed pleasure and for furthering theological learning.)

Hans Boersma: Well, assuming you have all the time in the world now that you’ve graduated: I would first recommend Jaroslav Pelikan’s five-volume work The Christian Tradition: A History of the Development of Doctrine. It’s an amazing tour de force through the entire history of Christian doctrine, written by an Orthodox scholar at Yale University. The guy knows both the Protestant and the Eastern theological worlds in ways that are unequalled. (Continued)

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