Christians in university settings can all too often find in the church and in academe two cultures that lead us to discouragement. The most uptight Pharisees can miss Christ just as easily as the most ardent skeptics by failing to see the God that they have misdefined in the first place.
Love God and One Another
Scholar’s Compass: Surely the Lord Was in the Rare Books Room, Part 1
Ever have a crisis of faith in the rare books room?
Scholar’s Compass: Sharing the Wonder
Psalm 111 has been called the ‘research scientist’s Psalm’ for reasons that are hopefully obvious. Scientists have the privilege of being paid to ponder God’s creative works every day. In fact, their pondering can become so intense that their field of study might focus in on a single detail.
Scholar’s Compass: Fostering Thoughtful Integration of Faith and Subject within Christian Academic Communities
You’re a postgraduate student with a busy course and research schedule, spending long hours in the lab or poring over books. Or a new lecturer, coming to grips with juggling teaching, marking and caring for your students with continuing to build your research career.
Scholar’s Compass Thanksgiving: Expect the Unexpected
It was a beautiful, hot summer day; yet, I was full of despair and anxiety. While taking a walk with my Dad, I was explaining to him my dilemma. Finally, my dream of attending the university was coming true, but there was no money.