Have you ever felt a bit empty, a bit unsatisfied, after hearing politicians (even those you support) explain their vision of a good society? Are you tired of drinking that favorite political brew, Utopia Lite?
Religion on Campus
Conrad Cherry, Betty A. DeBerg and Amanda Porterfield
College is a crucible in which opinions are formed, challenged and reformed; beliefs are redefined or perhaps defined for the first time, and attitudes become more resolute. That this is so life-shaping a time has something to do with the age of most college students—late adolescence to early adulthood—but also much to do with the campus milieu.
The Scope of Our Art: The Vocation of the Theological Teacher
What is the vocation of the theological teacher? The “Cambridge Platform” written by New England Puritans in 1648 says, “The office of . . . teacher is to attend to doctrine and therein to administer a word of knowledge . . .
Global Political Economy: Understanding the International Economic Order
Robert Gilpin with Jean Gilpin
God and Globalization, Volume 1: Religion and the Powers of the Common Life
Max L. Stackhouse, ed., with Peter J. Paris
God and Globalization, Volume II: The Spirit and the Modern Authorities