Christ and Culture’s ideal-typical method offers a platform to begin a conversation about “The Enduring Problem” regarding “the relations of Christianity and civilization” (1).
In only 15 days, ESN will be joining 18,000 of our closest friends at Urbana 12, InterVarsity’s triennial missions conference. As in years past, we’ll have an exhibitor table, and I’ll be hosting a seminar on “Serving Christ as a Professor.” One of my favorite things about conferences is learning about new books — or, even better, old […]
I took the 3+ hours necessary to watch the Youtube video of the Vanderbilt Town Meeting (1/31/2012). I cried, laughed, yelled, verbally processed, emailed, posted on G+, tried to explain some of the material to one of my daughters, called out to the Lord for discernment for those called to be part of the Vanderbilt community & others called to be on campuses across our nation.
A Review of Andreas Köstenberger’s Excellence When posted, guest contributor and ESN member David Leonard had recently completed a Ph.D. in philosophy and was teaching a wide range of courses at several universities in the Twin Cities. His project at the time involved developing a taxonomy of the intellectual virtues to be used in college-level philosophy courses. […]
I’ve written about Dr. George Marsden’s recent talk to InterVarsity staff, and now you can hear it for yourself. We’ve posted all of the talks from the conference on InterVarsity’s audio page, but here are the direct links. All links go to mp3 audio files. If you want to download them for later listening, right-click […]