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March 16, 2018
On Gratitude and the Christian Liberal Arts
Chris shares his gratitude for the students, parents, and colleagues who make possible his work.
March 13, 2018
The Stevens Point Pathway: How the Liberal Arts Will Die at Christian Colleges
The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is planning to eliminate its arts, humanities, and social science...
February 27, 2018
The Legacy of Billy Graham for Evangelical Intellectual Life
Billy Graham was a Christian college student, president, trustee, and benefactor. What's his legacy for...
February 06, 2018
Church History Is the Future of Christian Colleges
A leading historian of evangelicalism thinks that "the study of Church history has ‘a huge...
January 31, 2018
Cultivating Respectability at Moody Bible Institute
Efforts to secure white, middle-class respectability are nothing new at Moody Bible Institute.
January 30, 2018
Some Thoughts on “Christian Scholars’ Distribution Problem”
Chris shares some reflections on being a Christian scholar who blogs and podcasts.
January 23, 2018
An Open Letter to Anyone with $75 Million to Give to Christian Colleges
In the wake of Johns Hopkins University announcing a major gift for its philosophy department,...
January 11, 2018
How to Solve Christian Scholarship’s Distribution Problem
On the Anxious Bench we’ve been discussing the continuing need for Christian scholarship, and the...
December 05, 2017
Can Christian Scholarship Thrive in Christian Colleges?
I've often said that I try to approach blogging as "thinking in public." But this...
November 30, 2017
Christian Scholarship’s Distribution Problem
Today’s guest post comes from Raully Donahue. Donahue took a PhD in European history...
November 16, 2017
Christian Scholarship, For Such a Time as This
I’ve got to be honest. There was a time, not long ago, when I had...
November 14, 2017
Seeking Truth in a World “With Devils Filled”
Chris ponders the intersection of higher education with a topic to which he rarely gives...
October 12, 2017
Scripture ex materia
Each semester, I teach an introductory course on what my department not very accurately terms...
September 13, 2017
Evangelicals on Campus
"From 1950 until the 1990s," writes Andrew Finstuen in his contribution to Billy Graham: American...
August 01, 2017
Christian Colleges, Sexuality, and “Cultural Waterloo”
I don’t know Carl Trueman or Rod Dreher, but I do know many people who...
July 27, 2017
Who has the power to recalibrate the “Evangelical Paradigm”?
Today we welcome Janine Giordano Drake to the Anxious Bench. Janine is Assistant Professor of History...
May 10, 2017
Why Bother With “Diversity” in Christian Higher Education?
Guest blogger Andrea Turpin reflects on the value of diversity in Christian higher education, as...
May 04, 2017
Fairness for All: A Call for Culture Peacemakers?
For nearly half a century, American Christians have, to greater and lesser degrees, embraced the...
May 02, 2017
The Three Journeys of the Christian Liberal Arts
Over the weekend I gave the keynote address for the annual Honors Symposium at Crown College,...
April 27, 2017
Keller and Coulter, Orthodoxy and Heresy
Most of you have no doubt heard about this spring's Kellerite controversy at Princeton Theological...
April 12, 2017
Academic Freedom, Christian Higher Education, and the History of Sexuality
Guest blogger AnneMarie Kooistra reflects on teaching the history of sexuality as a professor at...
March 23, 2017
A Golden Age for Christian Colleges?
Are Christian colleges uniquely positioned to revitalize our nation’s intellectual life and contribute to cultural...
January 12, 2017
A New Moral Vision
If you clicked on this link because you're desperately seeking a new moral vision, this...
November 21, 2016
Education: What is It?
For a "think tank" of sorts, I find myself writing a white paper on education...
October 27, 2016
Alienated and Ambivalent Evangelical Scholars
Along with several of my co-bloggers, last week I was at the Conference on Faith...
August 22, 2016
“History is Hot”
Many historians have been given prominent public platforms of late. Is history "hot" right now?...
May 12, 2016
The Rise of “Abrahamic Religions”
Most semesters, I teach a course my university titled "Religions of the West." Given my...
March 01, 2016
How to Ask for a Letter of Recommendation
For professors, writing letters of recommendation is a constant part of the job. Wise undergraduate...
February 01, 2016
Deciding about College
The season has arrived when many graduating high-school seniors and their parents begin to make...
September 30, 2015
“You Know Where Else They Have May-Day Military Exhibitions?”
Wes Craven wasn’t the only rebel at Wheaton. Many students in the 1960s and 1970s...
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