Can Christian scholars productively engage a public university? If so, how?
November 7, 12:20-1:10pm, Newman Library Multi-purpose Room
In this essay, Wolterstorff develops, more fully, his notion of faithful learning as a social practice. He acknowledges that in addition to being members of the Christian community we are also members of disciplinary or professional communities. This seems to imply that the form of community (which may be taken to be a quintessentially Christian concept/entity) applies to all scholarship.
Suggested Reading: A Case for Disinterested Learning
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