Book Review: Christian Higher Education

Christian Higher Education

Faith, Teaching, and Learning in the Evangelical Tradition

by David S. Dockery and Christopher W. Morgan, eds.

Crossway

Christian , Professional & Technical

Pub Date 30 Nov 2018

I am reviewing a copy of Christian Higher Education from Crossway and Netgalley:

At one point in time almost all Higher Education was considered Christian Higher Education. Many institutions have drifted away from their Christian Heritage replacing it with a myriad of alternative world views. In this book 29 experts from a wide variety of disciplines work together to offer a renewed vision for the work of Christian Higher Education. They explain that the fundamental beliefs about God, knowledge, and humanity are distinctive parts in Christian education.

This book goes on to defend teaching Faith-Based science. It goes on too to talk about the impact of theology in such disciplines as Mathematics, and talks to about how Mathematics has an impact on ministry. It talks about the role of faith in the Social Sciences.

I give Christian Higher Education five out of five stars!

Happy Reading!

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