Science, Religion, and the Protestant Tradition: all major interests of many ESN readers. In this interview, we explore what James Ungureanu has to say about them in his new book.
Last summer I was given the opportunity to teach my first college-level class: a senior-level lecture course on the history of the American Civil War and Reconstruction. I frankly wasn’t that nervous and I went into the course thinking that my job consisted of a simple two-step process where I simply downloaded information into my students’ brains and then challenged them to think critically about the past and its connection to the present.
Faculty Stories – Austin Busch offers a taste of academic rigor springing from the faith of and being shared by an Associate Professor of Early World Literature at SUNY Brockport, even when looking at the Bible. To God be the glory! Tom Grosh IVTom enjoys daily conversations regarding living out the Biblical Story with his wife Theresa and their four […]
InterVarsity Alum: Dr. Lendol Calder on “Uncoverage” is an apt video for us as we begin a new term, asking ourselves how we dialog (dare I even say provide a framework for studies in a particular discipline) and learn from (or even teach as) “the experts”. Yes, I think this perspective is applicable beyond the field of history 🙂 […]
In a recent email exchange with Alan Padgett, in follow-up to last summer’s Emerging Scholars Network (ESN) blog interview on Fruitful, Faithful Presence in the Academy and in exploring ESN’s “A Theology of Higher Education Project”, I learned that Alan has contributed to another InterVarsity Press (IVP) publication: Faith and Reason: Three Views (June 2014). In response I […]