Deeply embedded in the Christian understanding of reality is a sense that something is seriously wrong with the good world that God created. Sin is the key label that the Christian tradition has used
In this course, we will focus on how Christian faith might inform our approaches to teaching and learning in online higher education. This course has a specific focus that is different from two common
This course examines a biblical vision of flourishing that has caught the imagination of a range of Christian writers on higher education.
For Christians, a fundamental distinction in being is between Creator (the triune God) and creation (everything else). Apart from theology, then, the various academic disciplines can be said to deal m
Hospitality, especially hospitality to the stranger and the marginalized, is a recurring theme in Scripture and a significant component in the New Testament’s picture of ethics, community, and Christi
The work of teaching and learning is at the heart of higher education. If we want higher education to be Christian, we must consider not only what we teach but how we teach.
The Bible carries authority for Christian thinkers and educators. Learning to read it well is therefore an important part of Christian scholarly work.
The idea and practice of community intersects in complex ways with our work in higher education. What kind of community exists in our classrooms, or with our colleagues?
Early in Scripture we encounter an astounding statement about humanity—that the human race is made in the “image of God.”