Shoot. As I heard the front door open from my basement study, I grew frustrated. I’ve been reading and studying all day and there’s still SO much more to do.
I have been surrounded by books for as long as I can recall. As a child I could hear the footsteps of my parents coming up the stairs as a signal to turn the light out and stash the stack of books under the covers so not to be caught in the crime of staying up past bedtime.
Working in university ministry with grad students, I am often asked the question of just how this thing of integration of faith and learning is supposed to work. Mark Noll‘s Jesus Christ and the Life of the Mind (Eerdmans, 2011) is a landmark answer to this question. In one sense, his answer is the very simple, […]