CCTA Sponsored Events
CCTA seeks to foster an atmosphere and culture at Regent University that promotes the training of kingdom leaders who are people of both thought and action. As Christian leaders who desire to change the world, We must be knowledgeable of God's Word, willing to seek the wisdom of the Holy Spirit and motivated to demonstrate our faith through actions that will tangibly spread His love around the world. The CCTA sponsors several events a year that help to strengthen the integration of faith and learning in teaching, scholarship and service, as well as the spiritual vitality among the student body, faculty and staff.
The CCTA sponsored the following events to help foster an academic culture that integrates faith and learning.
- A Muslim Forum: Understanding Islam, Holy Jihad and the Current Global Crisis, March 11, 2011, Joseph Kickasola, Ph.D., Kamal Saleem and Abdul Fadi
- A Biblical Approach to Immigration, September 30, 2011, Richard Land
- Information or Formation? Implications of Christian Higher Education, October 14, 2011, Jamie Smith, Ph.D. Part One
- Information or Formation? Implication of Christian Higher Education, October 14, 2011, Jamie Smith, Ph.D. Part two
- The Christian Leader as a Change Agent. Creating and Leveraging Influence in the Seven Spheres of Cultures, November 3, 2011, Lance Wallnau, Ph.D.
- Christian Spirituality: On Campus and in the Classroom, April 12, 2012, John Coe, Ph.D. Spirituality in the Classroom
- Christian Spirituality: On Campus and in the Classroom, April 12, 2012, Todd Hall, Ph.D. The Relational Revolution: How Relationships Change Your Brain, Soul, and Ability to Love
- Interpreting Events in the Middle East from a Christian Perspective, November 5, 2012, Susan Michael
Regent University's Scholarship
As a leading center for Christian thought & action, Regent University's faculty are accomplished scholars and are contributing to the current literature in their various disciplines. Our team of faculty experts are cultivating an academic environment founded on Christian principles and proven by exemplary leadership. They gladly share their research as a contribution to the advancement of knowledge, theory and practical application grounded in a Christian worldview as documented in our many publications.
- Christian Leader
- Journal of Biblical Perspectives in Leadership (JBPL)
- Journal of Strategic Leadership (JSL)
- Journal of Virtues & Leadership (JVL)
- La Revista de Estudios Avanzados de Liderazgo (REAL)
- International Journal of Leadership Studies (IJLS)
- Regent Journal of Law & Public Policy
- Regent Journal of International Law
- Faith & Therapy
- Global Business Review
- Institute for Study of Sexual Identity Newsletter
- Worldwide Forum on Education & Culture
- Regent University Law Review
- Emerging Leadership Journeys (ELJ)
- Inner Resources for Leaders
- Leadership Advance Online (LAO)
Spiritual Vitality Resources
A key factor in advancing and improving the leadership character and skills of students and professionals worldwide is sharing innovative ideas and research. The Center for Christian Thought & Action seeks to provide useful resources on spiritual vitality, spiritual formation, faith-learning integration, Christian higher education and other relevant topics. The purpose of this portal is to equip, aid, and promote research and scholarship for the global community of Christ-centered learners, teachers and scholars.
Faith and Learning Integration Bibliography
Burtchaell, J. T. (1998). The dying of the light: The disengagement of colleges and universities from their Christian churches. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans.
Hasker, W. (1992). Faith-learning integration: An overview. Christian Scholars Review 21:3 (Mar 1992): 234-248.
Holmes, A. F. (1987). The idea of a Christian college. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans Publishing Company.
Palmer, Michael D., ed. Elements of a Christian Worldview. Springfield, MO: Logion Press, 1998.
Plantinga, C. (2002). Engaging God's world: A Christian vision of faith, learning, and living. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans
Sire, J. W. (1990). Discipleship of the mind: Learning to love God in the ways we think. Downers Grove: Intervarsity Press.
Smith, J. K. A. (2009). Desiring the Kingdom: Worship, Worldview, and Cultural Formation. Cultural Liturgies v. 1. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic.
Faith and Learning Integratation Resources
"Christian Worldview from the Business School," Walton Padelford, University Professor of Economics, Union University, Jackson, TN
"Why Christians Should Study Computer Science (and other technical disciplines)," Joel C. Adams, Computer Science Department, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI
Conflict Transformation and Peacebuilding: A Selected Bibliography, Catherine Morris, Peacemakers Trust Website
Select Bibliography of Key Resources on Restorative Justice, Wayne Northey, Mennonite Brethren Herald
"Integration of Faith and Learning," Fall 2004, Jan Gormas, Ph.D., Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI
"Faith and Learning: A Dynamic Restoration," Azusa Pacific University
"A Faith-Shaped Approach to English Studies," Susan Felch, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI
Film, Faith and Popular Culture: A Selected List of Library and Information Resources, Gordon Matties, Canadian Mennonite University
Faith & Scholarship: A Bibliography for Christian Historians, Jonathan Boyd, Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
"Modern Mathematics–Its Relation to Physical Science and Theology," Robert A. Herrmann, Mathematics Department, United States Naval Academy
"Faith-Praxis Integration in Research Design and Statistics," Paul L. Poelstra, Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University, La Mirada, CA
Nyack College Bibliographies in Psychology
"Statement on Integration of Faith and Learning," Deborah Haarsma, Fall 2005, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI