Academics

Thoroughly Modern
Finding direction for today in the wisdom of Abraham Kuyper.
A Forgotten Masterpiece
Translators, including visiting scholar Dr. Jessica Joustra, are bringing theologian Herman Bavinck’s forgotten manuscript to English audiences for the first time.
From Aslan to the Avengers
Dr. Adam Barkman delivered a lecture series in Paris exploring unchangeable ideas in the changeable medium of motion pictures.
Magnificent Music
Over the summer, Dr. Christiaan Teeuwsen performed and taught on some of the most important historic organs in Europe’s “organ garden.”
The World According to Numbers
Fourth-year student Esther Vander Meulen is pursuing greater knowledge of God and the world through her studies and summer research in mathematics.
Preparing for the Public Square
Honours history and political science major Joshua Hautala is bringing his Christian faith to the public square as he works towards a career in politics and law.
Gospel, Church & Culture
Reflections on the Urban and Intercultural Ministry Program.
A Core Milestone
Redeemer's revamped Core program met a significant milestone with the pilot of the new Core Capstone Experience.
Program Preview: Education
Students becoming teachers
Finding the Sacred in the Secular
Dr. Timothy Epp's research sheds light on the divide between sacred and secular music by exploring the spiritual content in mainstream music.
Confidence through the Case Method
Redeemer business professors Laurie Busuttil and Susan Van Weelden make their mark on the North American business landscape with best-selling course materials.
Announcing Act Five
Redeemer and five Christian high schools are together launching Act Five, an eight-month Christian gap year program, in September 2019.
A Heart for Hamilton
During a semester of off-campus studies at CityLAB, Keri Williams '20 discovered her passion for working on city projects to build healthier communities.
Learning a New Literacy
Dr. Christina Belcher, Professor and Chair of the Department of Education, provides an update on her research and exploration of visual literacy with Redeemer's B.Ed. students.
The Humanities — Much Ado About Nothing?
From The Handmaid's Tale to Shakespeare's tragedies, Dr. Ben Faber considers the value of teaching literature.
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