July 15, 2020 in Extended Review

Scripture and the English Poetic Imagination—An Extended Review

Deborah C. Bowen is Professor Emerita of English at Redeemer University. David Lyle Jeffrey’s voice has been loud and clear now for upwards of 40 years, telling the story of…
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July 15, 2020 in Article

Shaping Prophetic Voices for the Public Sphere

“Shaping Prophetic Voices for the Public Sphere” discusses the role of the church in the formation of the Christian intellectual’s concern for the common good. It draws on examples from…
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July 15, 2020 in Extended Review

Black Theology for Christian Higher Education—An Extended Review

Joshua R. Canada is Director of Strategic Partnerships in the College of Liberal Arts, Azusa Pacific University. On April 28, 2018, society lost one of its premier scholars. At age…
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July 15, 2020 in Article

Cruciformity and the Public Intellectual: Christian Weakness for the Common Good

Public intellectuals deploy their thinking as a way of exercising power and influence. Simply put, their aim is to change the world through spreading ideas and winning debates. An evangelical…
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July 15, 2020 in Reviews

Burying White Privilege: Resurrecting a Badass Christianity

Reviewed by Nicole Saint-Victor, Director of Multicultural Engagement, Trinity Christian College To the brown body, fear is gifted like a birthright, poured generationally onward, originating from the stench of the…
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July 15, 2020 in Article

Seeking the Common Good by Educating for Wisdom

It is a noble aspiration that Christian scholars contribute in more constructive ways to discussions in the public arena about the common good. Careful thinking, however, needs to be done…
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