School of Divinity Hosts Integration of Faith & Science Workshop

According to Pew Data research, nearly 60 percent of Americans believe that science and religion are in conflict.

On Wednesday, October 28th, Regent University School of Divinity (DIV) students, faculty, staff and online community marched to the border of this "conflict" at the Integration of Faith & Science Workshop. Read more.

School of Divinity's Dr. Antipas Harris Speaks to Potter's House Church

Learn more about and watch the School of Divinity's own Dr. Antipas Harris' sermon at The Potter's House, a mega-church in Dallas, Texas led by Bishop T.D. Jakes.

School of Divinity's Turkey Archaeology Field Study (March 4-19, 2016)

Join Regent University's School of Divinity for a 13-day journey through Turkey where you'll have the opportunity to travel with Divinity Adjunct Professor Dr. Mark Wilson, a leading biblical scholar on archaeology and the early church. This once-in-a-lifetime study tour and spiritual adventure will take you to significant biblical sites throughout western Turkey. Learn more.

Spring 2016 Course Schedule Released

Registration is now open for the spring 2016 semester. After viewing the course schedule, follow these step-by-step instructions to register for classes.

School of Divinity to Host Integrating Faith and Science Workshop

On Wednesday, Oct. 28, Regent University students, faculty and staff will have the chance to engage in an interactive workshop with two leading experts, Ronald L. Numbers, Hilldale professor of the History of Science & Medicine emeritus at the University of Wisconsin - Madison; and Steven Bouma-Prediger, professor of Religion and associate dean for Teaching and Learning at Hope College. Learn more.

Regent's Center For Global Missions Renews Relationships in Ghana

For the sixth year in a row, a team from Regent University's Center for Global Missions traveled to Ghana. Read more.

School of Divinity Approved for All-Online M.Div. and M.A. Programs

In late June, the Association of Theological Schools (ATS), the gold standard for accrediting theological education in the United States and Canada, approved Regent University School of Divinity's (DIV) fully online Master of Divinity (M.Div.) and Master of Arts in Practical Theology programs. Read more.

Regent University School of Divinity Launches New Concentrations

Students seeking to weave together their faith with strategic leadership in business or worship will have the opportunity to hone their skills with Regent University School of Divinity's (DIV) new concentrations in Marketplace Ministry and Worship & Media in its Master of Divinity and Master of Arts in Practical Theology programs, beginning in Regent's Fall 2015 semester. Read more.

School of Divinity Student Develops Creative Ways to Share the Gospel

When Derek Hirtz '15 (School of Divinity) stands before a piece of artwork he is about to make, he always weighs his options, asking himself if the project he envisions is really worth the cost of supplies, or even the time it will take to complete it. This, according to Hirtz, is the perfect metaphor for how God loves each of His followers. Read more.

Brian Miller, M.A. '04

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 >