Volume III, Number 1 (Summer 2010)



How Can We Be Christian Universities in a Post-Sectarian, Post-Denominational, and Post-Christian Environment? (Gary Holloway)

The View from Washington: Top Ten Trends and Issues Facing Christian Higher Education (Paul Corts)

Presidents’ Responses:

Andrew K. Benton; Pepperdine University

David B. Burks; Harding University

Billy D. Hilyer; Faulkner University

Royce Money; Abilene Christian University

Mike O’Neal; Oklahoma Christian University

Rubel Shelly; Rochester College

Thomas Merton’s Allegory of Adam: Its Theology and Implications (Matthew Emile Vaughan)

Founded on Sensible Things: John Milton’s Empiricism (Stephen J. Schuler)

Historical Methodology:

Christian Historiography and the Hand of God in History:The Church Historian’s Dilemma (R. Allen Diles)

Teaching History in the Christian College Classroom: Considerations for the Restoration Tradition (Jason Jewell)

How not to do History: Thomas Krannawitter’s Vindicating Lincoln: Defending the Politics of Our Greatest President (Samuel C. Smith)

Student Article

Rescuing St. Augustine: Another Perspective on the Great Schism (Brian A. Burnett)

Book Reviews

Boethius, The Consolation of Philosophy (Robert M. Woods)

Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Emile: or On Education (James Vogel)

Robert H. Nelson, The New Holy Wars: Economic Religion vs. Environmental Religion in Contemporary America (Gerard Casey)

Carl L. Kell, Against the Wind: The Moderate Voice in Baptist Life (Robert S. Harris)

Anthony B. Pinn, The African American Religious Life in America (Dixie Crawford Hicks)

Stephen D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner, SuperFreakonomics: Global Cooling and Patriotic Prostitutes, and Why Suicide Bombers Should Buy Life Insurance (Jeff Jewell)

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