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Ross Hastings

Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology

Regent College

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Regent College

5800 University Blvd.

Vancouver, British Columbia,V6T 2E4

Canada

Company Description

The College was founded in 1968 as the first graduate school of theology in North America to make education of the laity its central focus. The beginning of such a venture in Western Canada was a response to a growing belief that the “new frontiers” of lay inv... more.

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Employment History

Senior Pastor

Peace Portal Alliance Church


Affiliations

BioLogos Foundation Inc

Board of Advisors Member


Education

Ph.Ds


PhD


PhDs

St. Andrew's University


Web References(51 Total References)


biologos.org

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Ross Hastings Ross Hastings is the associate professor of pastoral theology at Regent College in Vancouver, B.C. He teaches in the areas of theology, preaching, the theology and spirituality of mission, science and Trinitarian theology, and ethics.


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Ross Hastings of Regent College, an evangelical graduate school in Vancouver, B.C., explains: "To be scientifically recognized, a theory must account for empirical evidence and be able to predict and test the relationships it predicts.
The empirical and predictive evidence for evolution is now overwhelming. "This includes not just transitional fossils - we have complete sets of dinosaur-to-bird transitional fossils and especially reptile-to-mammal intermediates - but also evidence from comparative anatomy and embryology, vestigial organs, homologous structures and molecular evolution which indicates that we are the products of the genes of our ancestors." Hastings, who holds a PhD in chemistry and a PhD in theology, warns the Church against ignoring evolution. "No good can come from" avoidance, he says, pointing to the historical example of how the church asked Galileo not to introduce illiterate people to his (then) radical conclusion that the Earth orbits the sun. Hastings sees it also as a missional issue. Hastings agrees.


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Ross Hastings, Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology, Regent College, British Columbia
- Ross Hastings, Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology, Regent College, British Columbia


biologos.org

Ross Hastings, Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology, Regent College, British Columbia
Good theology and good science meet at BioLogos. I cannot over-estimate the missional importance of this for our times. - Ross Hastings, Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology, Regent College, British Columbia Read a list of endorsements from other leading scholars


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Ross Hastings, Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology at Regent College, offers this very helpful list of what it takes to contextualize the gospel in our postmodern culture, not only for the sake of evangelism, but also for the sake of the health of the local church and our teaching. ______ "With respect to the West ...


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