TABLE OF CONTENTS

Christian Scholar's Review
Volume XLVII, Number 4 (Summer 2018)
Theme Issue: The State of the Evangelical Mind

 

EDITOR'S PREFACE AND INTRODUCTION TO THE THEME ISSUE

ARTICLES

  • Eric Miller - Anti-Intellectualism and the Integration of Faith and Learning [Abstract]
  • Jay Green - On the Evangelical Mind and Consulting the Faithful [Abstract]
  • John Fea - What is the State of the Evangelical Mind on Christian College Campuses? [Abstract]
  • Andrew T. Draper - Christ the Center: An Evangelical Theology of Hope [Abstract]
  • C. Christopher Smith - Addressing the Evangelical Mind- Body Problem: The Local Church as Learning Organization [Abstract]
  • Maureen Miner Bridges - Psychological Contributions to Understanding Prejudice and the Evangelical Mind [Abstract]
  • Rachel Maxson - People of the Magazine? Evangelical Innovation for Cultural Engagement amid Technological Change [Abstract]
  • Mark Stephens - The Parachurch Down Under: A Case Study [Abstract]
  • Timothy Dalrymple - The Evangelical Mind in the Digital Fields [Abstract]
  • Rick Ostrander - The Role of the Christian University in the Cultivation of the Evangelical Mind [Abstract]
  • David M. Johnstone - The Unexpectedness of Hope: Good News for a Generation[Abstract]
  • Jack R. Baker and Jeffrey Bilbro - How Wendell Berry Helps Universities Inhabit Their Places [Abstract]
  • Grant D. Taylor - Commending the Gospel: Evangelical Seminaries and Our “Letters of Recommendation” [Abstract]
  • Erin E. Devers and Jason D. Runyan - The Impact of Thinking Fast and Slow on the Evangelical Mind [Abstract]
  • Karen J. Johnson - Remembering Our Racial Past: Using Institutional Lament to Shape Affections [Abstract]

 

EXTENDED REVIEW

  • Nathan A. Finn - Restoring the Soul of the University—An Extended Review [Abstract]

 

REVIEWS

  • Karen A. Longman, ed., Diversity Matters: Race, Ethnicity, & the Future of Christian Higher Education
  • Reviewed by Weishiuan Sandy Chen, University Libraries, Azusa Pacific University

  • Perry L. Glanzer, Jonathan P. Hill, and Byron R. Johnson, The Quest for Purpose: The Collegiate Search for a Meaningful Life
  • Reviewed by Glenn E. Sanders, Anthropology, History, and Political Science, Oklahoma Baptist University

  • Ryan McIlhenny, Reforming the Liberal Arts
  • Reviewed by Sam Guthrie, Education Policy Studies, Penn State University

     

INDEX FOR VOLUME XLVII