Christian Humanist Profiles 58: The Professor’s Puzzle

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The first universities, and all universities for some centuries, were Christian schools.  Standing in relationship with but not identical to the Church, these colleges, communities of those who read together, stood as living testimony to Christians’ devotion to learning of all sorts.  But Christians emerging from the twenty-first-century academy into our generation’s Christian colleges and seminaries and universities sometimes have had small occasion to think rigorously about what it means for Christians to teach and learn.  Doctor Michael Lawson of Dallas Theological Seminary seeks to address that inquiry-gap with his 2015 book The Professor’s Puzzle from B&H Academic.

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