Marie Versteeg

Marie Versteeg '03 is a freelance writer and served as office manager for Redeemer's Centre for Christian Scholarship.
Redeemer’s EPI Award gains new momentum with new sponsors
Representatives of the Christian academy join North American think tanks in sponsoring Redeemer’s Emerging Public Intellectual Award.
The Public Impact of Christian Research
With the 2017-18 Zylstra grants, Redeemer faculty bring Christian influence to bear the history of secularization and pollution in local watersheds.
Rethinking Religion
Dr. Kevin Flatt aims to change how we understand the history of secularization.
Why Christian Research Matters
Redeemer is on the frontlines of an international movement to produce research from a Christian perspective.
Redeemer Alumnus Awarded Post-Doc Fellowship
Dr. David Speicher ’03 returns to Hamilton to research infectious disease at St. Joseph’s Healthcare
Redeemer plants Hamilton’s newest Victory Garden
Students’ grant application leads to positive community action
Creation Care in Urban Hamilton
Redeemer alumni play a role in A Rocha Hamilton programs
Monitoring pollution in Hamilton watersheds
Dr. Edward Berkelaar and Dr. Darren Brouwer will monitor pollution in Hamilton watersheds with funding from a second Zylstra grant.
The impact of religious faith on desire
Why do religious youth tend to avoid negative behaviours? Shaping desires may more important than the resistance of temptations, Redeemer researcher theorizes.
Strangers in a strange land
The Book of Judges and contemporary Christianity.
EcoAtwood meets EcoChristianity
Dr. Deborah Bowen explores environmental apocalypse and hope in Margaret Atwood’s "MaddAddam" trilogy.
Relationship Violence: Are Christian colleges safer?
Are Christian colleges safer for women? Redeemer researcher looks for answers about sexual assault on Christian campuses.
Chicken Soup and the Zombie Apocalypse
Centre for Christian Scholarship prepares for guest speakers coming to Redeemer this fall
Visual Arts: Reclaimed Tools for Worship
Redeemer art professors see changing attitudes toward the use of art in the church
Redeemer alumni respond to tragedy in Pikangikum
Three teachers work to support their northern Ontario community after a fatal house fire killed nine people
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