DIV prof, Dr. Néstor Medina, awarded Louisville Institute Grant
Dr. Néstor Medina, assistant professor in the School of Divinity was awarded the Louisville Institute's First Book Grant for Minority Scholars. The $40,000 grant was given to Medina for his project titled, "Humanity, Culture, and the Spirit." Medina's project was one of two selected for the grant by the institution. He explained that the project's goal was to appreciate how cultural background impacts the expression of faith and how different communities understand God.
Summer 2014 Course Schedule Released
School of Divinity offers Certificate in Christian Formation and Spirituality
This certificate provides non-degree seeking students with a practical program in Christian formation and spirituality. It is the only existing master's level certificate of its kind in the United States that may be completed entirely Learn more.
Divinity Receives Lilly Endowment Grant
Regent University's School of Divinity is one of 67 theological schools across the country to receive a $250,000 grant as part of Indianapolis-based Lilly Endowment Inc.'s Theological School Initiative to Address Economic Issues Facing Future Ministers. Read more.
Brian Miller, M.A. '04
Director, Open Arms Foundation
"The education I received at Regent's School of Divinity gave me great leadership tools I would need to work cross culturally and bring transformation by leading people to Jesus." Read more >