TABLE OF CONTENTS

Christian Scholar's Review
Volume XLIX, Number 2 (Winter 2020)

 

ARTICLES

  • Rachel B. Griffis - Plagiarism as the Language of Ownership: Aligning Academic Liturgy with Christian Virtue [Abstract]
  • Michael McGowan - Cast Your Nets to the Right Side: Faith, Virtue, and the Morality of Food Choices [Abstract]
  • Bethany Williamson - Reading to Listen and Writing to Speak: A Pedagogical Challenge for the Selfie Age [Abstract]

 

REFLECTION

  • Derek C. Schuurman - On Kuyper and Technology, or How a Voice From the Past Can Speak to our Digital Age [Abstract]

 

EXTENDED REVIEWS

  • Melissa Rovig Vanden Bout - The Color of Compromise—An Extended Review [Abstract]
  • Timothy Hendrickson - The Adjunct Underclass—An Extended Review [Abstract]

 

REVIEW ESSAY

  • Mark A. Peters - Learning to Be More Human— A Review Essay [Abstract]

 

REVIEWS

  • John Bernbaum, God and Galileo: Opening the Red Door: The Inside Story of Russia’s First Christian Liberal Arts
    University

  • Reviewed by Rick Ostrander, Ostrander Academic Consulting

  • Mary Shepard Wong and Ahmar Mahboob, eds., Spirituality and English Language Teaching: Religious Explorations of Teacher Identity, Pedagogy and Context
  • Reviewed by Michael Lessard-Clouston, Applied Linguistics & TESOL, Biola University

  • Kate Bowler, The Preacher’s Wife: The Precarious Power of Evangelical Women Celebrities
  • Reviewed by Timothy Larsen, Biblical and Theological Studies, Wheaton College