William Reddinger, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Government, History and Criminal Justice
Why I Teach at Regent
Regent is a place at which I am free and encouraged to apply biblical principles, and right reason within the bounds of those principles, to my teaching of politics. It is a joy to teach students at Regent not merely to help them to learn a collection of political facts but also to help them apply biblical principles and right reason to the study of politics in order to improve their ability to make good political judgments about those facts.
Dr. Reddinger teaches courses in political philosophy and American politics, including - but not limited to - the following:
- GOVT 196 Introduction to the Study of Government
- GOVT 245 American Government & Politics II
- GOVT 327 Ancient Political Philosophy
- GOVT 329 Modern Political Philosophy
- GOVT 330 Political Ideologies
- GOVT 334 Christian Political Philosophy
Prior to coming to Regent University, he was Visiting Instructor in Political Theory at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois. He has also taught at South Texas College in McAllen, Texas. In his free time, Dr. Reddinger enjoys fly fishing, camping, and playing tennis. Dr. Reddinger attends Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Norfolk, Virginia. He resides in Chesapeake, Virginia with his wife Joyce.