The divide between Sunday, and Monday through Saturday, may be one of the biggest challenges facing Christians in the academy. In this article Bob Trube, ESN’s director, explores how we may live toward an undivided life through loving God in our field of study. ________________________________________________________________________________________ Following Jesus in pursuit of his kingdom calls us to […]
Book Review: Erasmus and the Age of Reformation, by Johan Huizinga
Summary: An elegantly written biography of Desiderius Erasmus describing his life, thought and character as a scholar who hoped to awaken “good learning” and to bring about a purified Catholic church, and the tensions resulting from being caught between Reformers and Catholic hierarchy.
Finding Common Ground: Christians, Scientists, and History of Science
It often seems like science and our faith are in constant conflict. Christians and scientists are often at war, attacking each other’s views. However, in the history and philosophy of science, Christians and scientists can find substantial common ground.
The Missional Professor in Universities Outside North America
Keith challenges us, saying that evangelicals should be commended for ministering well at the periphery of the University; however, now is the time to move to the heart of the university – the podium. There has been a clarion cry to do this in the United States and now there should be a cry to do this globally.
Book Review: The Pastor as Public Theologian
In The Pastor as Public Theologian: Reclaiming a Lost Vision, Kevin J. Vanhoozer and Owen Strachan contend that at the heart of the pastoral calling is a vision of doing theology with the people of God, pointing them to what God is doing in and through the Christ, and how they may participate in that work.