Azusa Street Lectures
The Azusa Street Lectures have been presented annually by the Regent University School of Divinity since 1995. Speakers have included Harvey Cox, Bishop Ithiel Clemmons, Fr. Kilian McDonnell, Clark Pinnock, and James Dunn.
The lectures are named for the Azusa Street Mission in Los Angeles, led by the African-American pastor William J. Seymour. From this mission the worldwide Pentecostal and Charismatic movements spread around the world.
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|2006||Special Events||Centennial Celebration|
|2004||Windows Media||Dr. James D.G. Dunn|
|2003||Windows Media||Dr. Grant Wacker|
|2002||Windows Media||Dr. Steven Land|
|2001||Windows Media||Dr. Francis MacNutt|
|2000||Windows Media||Dr. Russell Spittler|
|1999||Windows Media||Dr. Clark Pinnock|
|1997||Windows Media||Fr. Killian McDonnell|
|1996||Windows Media||Bishop Ithiel Clemmons|
|1995||Windows Media||Dr. Harvey Cox|
David Stine, D.Min. '07
Lead Pastor, DC Metro Church
"I felt such a connection with everyone at Regent. My education was fantastic; I needed it. But the relationships developed there were key. They still impact me today." Read more >