September/October 1997 Edition
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Contents, September/October 1997:
- How to Restore Christian Thought to the University
- Today, there is no place at all in the university for Christian thought -- no place in the curriculum for Christian ideals and no place in the university's research enterprise for Christian ideas. What can be done about this? Part of the answer is the Christian Faculty/Staff Fellowship which is briefly described here.
- The World at our Doorstep
- Professor's wife finds ministry in reaching out to International students and community members.
- The Courageous Christian Professor
- The personal story of a professor who decided to take a stand for his faith on campus.
- "Be Humble, but Daring"
- In this interview, a non-Christian professor offers advice and encouragement for Christian faculty.
- Retiring to Work
- A professor and his wife leave 26 years of career success to do more of what they love most -- building Christian faculty.
- Going Native in Ministry
- Guest editor Bill Hager shares how the missionary's goal of working himself or herself out of a job is at work in Christian Leadership Ministries.
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