Regent University School of Divinity

Regent University School of Divinity is a multidenominational seminary that provides Biblically-grounded theological training from a renewal perspective, emphasizing the vital role of the Holy Spirit in spiritual transformation. Programs are focused on the academic, leadership and spiritual expansion of its students, preparing to fulfill their vocational callings as pastors, chaplains, professors, missionaries and other ministry professionals. The School of Divinity offers degrees in Doctor of Ministry, Doctor of Philosophy, Master of Divinity and Master of Arts.

Pat Robertson is the Chancellor & CEO of Regent University while Amos Yong serves as the Dean of the School of Divinity. Dr. Yong is also the Rodman Williams Professor of Theology and a Pentecostal Theologian.

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  1. Regent University is an excellent school with world renowned faculty. They have degree programs for everyone. There are on-line programs for those who cannot leave their local church for an extended period of time. The program contents vary from academic degrees to degrees for ministers in pastoral theology.

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  2. I graduated from Regent’s School of Divinity in 1992 and received an outstanding education and experience. I’ve since taught as an Adjunct Professor at two Christian universities (courses: The Life of Christ; Church History; Paul and Spiritual Development and New Testament Introduction). Regent’s divinity program very successfully trained me as a pastor as well — whether theologically, practically or even in the biblical languages. The experience of attending Regent was phenomenal, both for my wife (who was able to work for CBN) and for me.

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