Kent Radant studied at Christian & Missionary Alliance schools in Regina, then moved to the Chicago area where he completed his M.A. and Ph.D. in Christian Thought / Theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He began teaching in the college and seminary setting in 1990, and moved to B.C. to join ACTS faculty in 1999.
Ken has a variety of scholarly interests, all focusing on the integration of biblical, systematic, and historical theology. His passion is training Christian men and women to do theology, not just talk about it or recite it. That passion is reflected in courses and academic projects which normally include a discussion of practical theological method that can be applied to contemporary issues. At present he is working on a major book project designed to help the reader develop and teach a healthy NT theology of ministry-giftedness.
Research & Scholarship
B.Th.; M.A. in Christian Thought; Ph.D. in Theological Studies.
- "Reflections on the Forgotten Art of Exegetical Data-Weighing," delivered at ETS annual meeting, Nov. 2004
- "Divine Image in the Creation Narrative: A Biblical Bill of Rights Confronts Contemporary Human Rights Culture," paper delived at ETS annual meeing, Nov. 2006
- "Are Our 'LifeKeys' the Right 'SHAPE' for our 'Network'? A Theological Assessment of Recent Trends in 'Spiritual Gift' Teaching," paper read at ETS annual meeting, Nov. 2006
Systematic theology, Theological method, Historical theology, Biblical theology, Doctrines of revelation (Scripture), Gender roles in church ministry, and "Spiritual gifts"