Monthly Newsletter of Christian Scholars Review

By Dr. Perry Glanzer

Updates and Latest News from Christian Scholars Review

Updates and Latest News from Christian Scholars Review

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Monthly Newsletter of Christian Scholars Review - Issue #17

On August 8th, the summer issue of Christian Scholar’s Review (LI:3) will begin to hit mailboxes and be released on our website. This is a special themed issue on conviction, civility, and Christian witness guest edited by Rick Langer, Tim Muehlhoff, and Robe…

 
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Monthly Newsletter of Christian Scholars Review - Issue #16

Due to the helpful work of one of our recently graduated student workers, Makenzie Stine, we now have copies of older CSR content stretching back to 2008 available online. We encourage you to check out this archival treasure of resources.

 
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Monthly Newsletter of Christian Scholars Review - Issue #15

We have had our own supply chain issues with a paper shortage that has influenced the publication of our print journal (we are thankful for our online presence during this time). As a result, we will not be printing a Spring issue but our following two issues…

 
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Monthly Newsletter of Christian Scholars Review - Issue #14

One of the wonderful things about CSR's expanded presence on the web is that we notice past articles or book reviews receiving renewed attention at times. This past month, a decade old book review of Psychology and Christianity: Five Views received over 600 h…

 
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Monthly Newsletter of Christian Scholars Review - Issue #13

For those looking for in-depth reflections on the recent journey of evangelical scholarship and its contemporary state, we encourage you to read Joel Carpenter's address that was given upon the 50th anniversary of CSR, "Reawakening Evangelical Intellectual Li…

 
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Monthly Newsletter of Christian Scholars Review - Issue #12

Margaret Diddams' blog post from yesterday outlined the engaging content we have in our new issue. I want to note that Kenman Wong continues our "Advice to..." series in which a senior scholar in a discipline provides advice to those looking to learn how they…

 
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Monthly Newsletter of Christian Scholars Review - Issue #11

The most viewed CSR article or blog post this January was actually an old 2013 CSR article that received more than 4200 hits this month. The article, "In Bondage to Reason: Evidentialist Atheism and Its Assumptions," takes on some of the atheist scholarship p…

 
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Monthly Newsletter of Christian Scholars Review - Issue #10

Why Men Are Giving Up on College: The Death of GentlemenChronological Snob No MoreDeconversion: The All or Nothing Fallacy“De-Centering Whiteness” Pedagogy and the Both/And of the Image of GodWhy Anti-Racism Is So PopularThe Rise and Triumph of the Modern Sel…

 
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Monthly Newsletter of Christian Scholars Review - Issue #9

In our recent fiftieth anniversary edition of the journal, we held a review symposium addressing George Marsden's revised edition of The Soul of the American University Revisited. You will find review responses from Susan VanZanten, Susan M. Felch, Philip Ryk…

 
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Monthly Newsletter of Christian Scholars Review - Issue #8

The opening essay of the journal edition celebrating Christian Scholar's Review's 50th anniversary starts with an essay by Todd P. Steen and Grace Stevenson sharing the journal's historical story. What is striking about the narrative is how the journal origin…

 
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Monthly Newsletter of Christian Scholars Review - Issue #7

Due to my recent small stroke, I have been reminded, especially by those who love me, of my need to take exercise more seriously. Andrew Borror's recent article on the subject, "Playful Seriousness: The Quandary of Exercise in a Technological Age," reminds us…

 
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Monthly Newsletter of Christian Scholars Review - Issue #6

In the recent issue of CSR, you will find a new "Advice to..." column from Mike Hulme, a professor of geography at the University of Cambridge. Although addressed to a specific set of professors in geography, the essay really should be read by any Christian s…

 
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Monthly Newsletter of Christian Scholars Review - Issue #5

A CSR print article that received significant attention this past quarter is, “'I am Inclined to Look at Everything as Resulting from Designed Laws’: Charles Darwin’s Origin of Species as a Specimen of Natural Theology.” The authors, Gijsbert van den Brink an…

 
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Monthly Newsletter of Christian Scholars Review - Issue #4

Shame, Guilt, and the Practice of Repentance: An Intersection of Modern Psychology with the Wisdom of Calvin

 
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Monthly Newsletter of Christian Scholars Review - Issue #3

In a well-known 2011 study, Astin, Astin and Lindholm found that students attending Evangelical colleges reported the highest increase in religious struggle between their first and third years of college (from 7% to 17%). How do we help students navigate thos…

 
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Monthly Newsletter of Christian Scholars Review - Issue #2

In the 50:2 (Winter) issue of CSR, you may have noticed a new feature, “Advice to Christian...” Inspired by Alvin Plantinga’s well known essay, “Advice to Christian Philosophers,” we are starting a series of articles from senior scholars in various discipline…

 
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Christian Scholars Review Monthly Newsletter - Issue #1

If you have not read any of the essays in the new volume of CSR yet, I would encourage you to read Curtis Gruenler’s opening essay, “The Promise of Mimetic Theory as an Interdisciplinary Paradigm for Christian Scholars.” As George Marsden noted decades ago, C…