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Christian higher education

Christian higher education

a handbook for 1940

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Published by Council of Church Boards of Education in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religious education -- United States.,
  • Universities and colleges -- Religion.,
  • Universities and colleges -- Curricula -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesChristian education handbook
    Statemented. by Gould Wickey and Ruth E. Anderson.
    ContributionsWickey, Gould, 1891- ed., Anderson, Ruth E., Council of Church Boards of Education in the United States of America.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination342 p. ;
    Number of Pages342
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16476426M

      Re-Imagining Christian Higher Education takes a fresh and critical look at the challenges facing Christian colleges and universities and provides concrete recommendations for university leaders, faculty, and staff to implement in their daily work. Chapters in this book address leadership and diversity challenges, issues of affordability and sustainability, and Author: Laurie Schreiner. Get this from a library! The future of Christian higher education. [David S Dockery; David P Gushee;] -- In this book, leading Christian educators pinpoint the issues that will enable Christian colleges to remain Christ-centered in their focus. As our culture becomes more secularized, Christians.

    11 hours ago  What is it about Christian scholarship that makes it Christian? Ten eminent scholars grapple with such questions in this volume. They offer deep and thought-provoking discussions of the habits and commitments of the Christian scholar, the methodology and pedagogy of Christian scholarship, the role of the Holy Spirit in education, Christian Manufacturer: Eerdmans. Restoring the Soul of the University is a pioneering work that charts the history of the university and casts an inspiring vision for the future of higher education. Restoring the Soul of the University: Unifying Christian Higher Education in a Fragmented Age () by Perry L. Glanzer, Nathan F. Alleman, Todd C. ReamBrand: IVP Academic.

    The great commandment as a paradigm for Christian higher education / David S. Dockery: A vision for a Christian Baptist university / James T. Draper, Jr. Preserving distinctively Christian higher education / Robert B. Sloan, Jr. Envisioning the future of the Christian . Our world is growing increasingly complex and confused—a unique and urgent context that calls for a grounded and fresh approach to Christian higher education. Christian higher education involves a distinctive way of thinking about teaching, learning, scholarship, curriculum, student life, administration, and governance that is rooted in the historic Christian faith.


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11 hours ago  Anyone interested in global Christian education will be well served by reading this book." Christian higher education book G. Ryken--Wheaton College "Given the rapid numerical expansion and dynamic intellectual growth of new Christian universities outside North America, this is an exciting moment for Christ-centered higher education worldwideReviews: 1.

“Christian Higher Education, skillfully edited by David Dockery and Chris Morgan, is a work both magisterial and invitational, welcoming the reader into a deeper understanding of the history, need, nature, and purposes of Christian higher education and the implications for the student and broader society.

It will serve as a great Cited by: 1. Christian Higher Education: A Global Reconnaissance visits some of the hotspots of Christian university development, such as South Korea, Kenya, and Nigeria, and compares what is happening there to places in Canada, the United States, and Europe, where Christian higher education has a longer history.

Very little research until now has examined 5/5(1). What of the immaterial, though deeply meaningful, benefits of higher education, and specifically Christian higher education. Andrew Delbanco’s book “College: What It Was, Is, And Should Be” surveys with a critical but ultimately loving eye the current state of higher education.

Though Delbanco, a humanities professor at Columbia. book review Governance and Christian Higher Education in the African Context edited by David Ngaruiya and Rodney L. Reed, Carlisle, UK: Langham Global Library,pp., $ (paperback), ISBN Originally published as a special issue of Christian Higher Education, this volume showcases diverse forms of community engagement work carried out by faith-based colleges and universities throughout the US.

Acknowledging the rise of community engagement as a contemporary expression of a longstanding civic impulse, Community Engagement in Christian Higher Education. : Best Practices of Online Education: A Guide for Christian Higher Education (): Maddix, Mark A., Estep, James R., Lowe, Mary E.: BooksReviews: 3.

Arthur Frank Holmes (Ma – October 8, ) was an English philosopher who served as Professor of Philosophy at Wheaton College in Illinois from to He is remembered for his contribution to Christian higher education in the United States not only by teaching and building the philosophy department at Wheaton, but also by writing influential books and.

11 hours ago  In addition to his notable work as a premier Christian philosopher, Nicholas Wolterstorff has become a leading voice on faith-based higher education. This volume gathers the best of Wolterstorff's essays from the past twenty-five years dealing collectively with the purpose of Christian higher education and the nature of academic s: 1.

Browse the list of issues and latest articles from Christian Higher Education. List of issues Latest articles Partial Access; Volume 19 Volume 18 Volume 17 Volume 16 Volume 15 Volume 14 Books; Keep up to date. Register to receive personalised research and resources by email.

Sign me up. * Committed to developing serious Christian thinking, experts from a wide variety of disciplines offer a renewed vision of a distinctly faith-filled higher education.

Explaining the foundational beliefs about God, knowledge, and humanity, this volume demonstrates how the Christian tradition shapes approaches to teaching, learning, scholarship, and practicefor the glory of Brand: Crossway. Christian Higher Education book.

Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Our world is growing increasingly complex and confused--a /5(5). Thoroughly loved this book and I'm not in Christian higher education. It is a must read for Christian educators, pastors and leaders. It offers a thoughtful, academic and richly authentic discussion around racial and ethnic diversity providing not just insight but also practical ideas to be implemented personally and by: 1.

Christian higher education aims at transformation. As both a college professor and pastor, I think all these essays keep that goal in mind.

That's what makes Faith and Learning a real delight. Anyone who cares about Christian higher education must have this book. _____ I received a free copy of this book from B&H Books for my honest review/5(4). Leadership in Christian Higher Education by Michael Wright, James Arthur,Imprint Academic edition, in EnglishISBN: the subject of Christian education was published in The pamphlet containing this instruction was entitled “Selections From the Testimonies Concerning the Subject of Education.” A reprint and enlargement of this booklet was brought out inunder the title “Christian Education.”.

More than just a job finding service, the CCCU Career Center connects passionate people with meaningful careers in Christian higher education, church ministry and at faith-based nonprofits.

Events We organize numerous conferences that provide leaders on our campuses with important faith-centered professional development in their respective fields. This book provides an orientation to the world of Christian higher education and an introduction to the academic profession of teaching, scholarship, and service, with a special emphasis on opportunities and challenges common to "mission-driven" institutions.

(shelved 7 times as higher-education) avg rating — 24, ratings — published Want to Read saving. Christian higher education involves a distinctive way of thinking about teaching, learning, scholarship, curriculum, student life, administration, and governance that is rooted in the historic Christian faith.

In this volume, twenty-nine experts from a variety of fields, including theology, the humanities, science, mathematics, social science Format: Ebook.

This book in its third edition explores the disciplines used to form a ho-listic and integrated conception of Christian education from which guiding principles and guidelines for practice can be drawn.

Christian educators who Christian Education Ministry (Grand Rapids.Christian Higher Education: A Global Reconnaissance visits some of the hot spots of Christian university development, such as South Korea, Kenya, and Nigeria, and compares what is happening there to places in Canada, the United States, and Europe, where Christian higher education has a longer history.

Very little research until now has examined. InThe Atlantic and The Chronicle of Higher Education both ran lengthy features about the decline of the humanities (a rough synonym for “liberal arts”) in contemporary higher education.