J. Rodman Williams Endowed Scholarship
Known by the Regent community as an inspiring teacher, influential theologian and dear friend, Dr. J. Rodman Williams served as professor of theology at Regent University’s School of Divinity from 1982 until his retirement in 2001.
A prolific writer, he authored nine books and numerous journal articles. Williams was best known for Renewal Theology, the first systematic theology written from a renewal perspective. Through his groundbreaking work, Williams became known as the theological father of the Charismatic Renewal movement.
During his time at Regent University, he taught with passion and with the expectation that the Holy Spirit would be present within the classroom setting.
Williams passed from this life in October 2008. In addition to his profound roles as teacher, theologian and friend, he will be remembered most as a dedicated servant of Jesus Christ.
In honor of the life and work of Dr. J. Rodman Williams, and to continue his tradition of theological study and research, Regent University has established the J. Rodman Williams Endowed Scholarship. Your support of this special scholarship will help Regent University honor Williams and continue his legacy of educating and inspiring future generations of theologians and church leaders.
Alumni may set up a one-time or recurring credit card or debit card gift through the online alumni community. Non-alumni may also easily make a pledge or donation online