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dr. ken Radant releases new book on the gifts of the holy spirit

    Carey Theological College is excited to announce the release of Grace for Service: An Exegetical Theology of the Spirit’s Gifts for Ministry by our associate professor of Theology, Dr. Ken Radant. 

    This book is an exegetical theology of the Holy Spirit’s enabling grace for ministry designed to equip leaders who guide the church in its stewardship of God’s gifts and to enrich the understanding of Christians who want to go deeper in this important subject.

    The book has received high praise from professor of New Testament at Biola University, Kenneth Berding, who states, “Grace for Service is both profound and provocative. By situating spiritual gifts within a whole-Bible theology of God as the giver of various gifts,

    Kenneth Radant guides attentive Bible readers away from a narrowly construed definition of spiritual gifts as special abilities and toward a multifaceted understanding that God provides grace for service.” 

    Click the video to hear Ken talk about his new book:


    Grace for Service was published by Wipf and Stock and is also available on Amazon in hardcover, paperback, and ebook formats.

    Ken has been a member of the Carey Faculty since 2017. Previously, he was the Principal, Academic Dean, and Associate Professor of Theology at the ACTS Seminaries of Trinity Western University. He has also served as Associate Dean and Associate Professor for Ambrose Seminary, and as Dean and Professor at Prairie Graduate School.

    Course Spotlight: Spring 2023

    Take a class with Dr. Ken Radant this Spring term! Dr. Radant will be teaching a course on Apologetics from March 27-June 9, 2023. This course will examine the issues involved in defending and presenting Christian faith, considering noteworthy apologetic strategies and classic arguments for the Christian faith. Click here to enroll, find more information, and read the syllabus.

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