July 17, 2019 in Preface

Editor’s Preface

The Editors of Christian Scholar’s Review are pleased to announce a decision in the awarding of the Charles J. Miller Christian Scholar’s Award for best article for Volume 47. The…
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July 17, 2019 in Book Review

A Voice to Be Heard: Christian Entrepreneurs Living Out Their Faith

The title A Voice to Be Heard suggests that the voices of Christian entrepreneurs require attention since they have not always been heeded in the past. Perhaps in religious circles…
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July 17, 2019 in Book Review

Psychological Science and Christian Faith: Insights and Enrichments from Constructive Dialogue

In Psychological Science and Christian Faith, we have another excellent addition to the literature addressing the relationship of psychology to the Christian faith. Malcolm Jeeves, Emeritus Professor at the University…
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July 17, 2019 in Book Review

Music, Theology, and Justice

Music, Theology, and Justice is a thought-provoking collection of case studies which invite the reader to contemplate how, when, and why music and musical practices are used to address the…
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July 17, 2019 in Book Review

Contemporary Mission Theology: Engaging the Nations

Contemporary Mission Theology: Engaging the Nations is a fascinating book composed of various chapters from well-known scholars with diverse theological backgrounds. It is offered in honor of Charles E. Van…
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July 17, 2019 in Book Review

Winsome Persuasion: Christian Influence in a Post-Christian World

My own experience is that churchgoers, after hearing that I teach students how to speak for a living, usually do one of two things: they make a joke about how…
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