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Monthly Newsletter of Christian Scholars Review - Issue #3

Monthly Newsletter of Christian Scholars Review
Monthly Newsletter of Christian Scholars Review - Issue #3
By Dr. Perry Glanzer • Issue #3 • View online
Now that it is summer, I want to encourage interested readers to consider submitting a guest post. As you will see, I invited responses to my post from yesterday in order to expand the conversation amongst our 9,500 conversation partners (our blog subscribers). In fact, this past month in one day our blog received over 4000 daily visits (with seven different posts having over 350 visits each).

Top 5 Faith Christ Animating Blog Posts for May
The Emergence of Remix Culture
Advice to Christian Professors of Literature
Interfaith Engagement at a Christian University: Four Metaphors, Their Problems, and a Creative Alternative
Stop AAPI Hate: An Interview with Russell M. Jeung, Part 1
Searching For the Soul of the University: An Interview with George M. Marsden
What's New in CSR?
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 those struggles? In the most recent issue of CSR, M. Elizabeth Lewis Hall, Professor of Psychology at Biola University, explores two psychological capacities that may influence how students experience these apparent tensions—intellectual humility and uncertainty tolerance—and suggests some pedagogical strategies for cultivating these capacities as a way of addressing the process of struggle.
What's New in Faith-Learning?
Thankfully, it looks like we will be able to experience in-person conferences once again in the Fall! In order to avoid COVID PTSD and getting too habituated to life in your home office, we encourage you to submit for a couple upcoming conferences related to faith and learning.
-“Living Accountably”–Baylor Symposium on Faith and Culture, October 27-29, 2021. To submit a paper see here.
–Council for Christian Colleges International Forum–February 11-13, 2022. To submit a presentation see here.
CSR's Upcoming 50th Anniversary Celebration
At the Baylor Symposium on Faith and Culture, CSR will be hosting our 50th Anniversary Celebration. Joel Carpenter, Senior Fellow with the Nagel Institute and Professor and Provost Emeritus from Calvin University, will be our speaker. As a historian, Joel will share reflections about the growth and impact of CSR upon faith-learning scholarship throughout its last fifty years. Please join us in celebrating.
Reflection from the Editor-in-Chief
CSR Page Views per Month
CSR Page Views per Month
I want to thank all of you for contributing to the success of the CSR website. The graphic above depicts the steady increase of month to month traffic on the site, since the start of the Christ Animated Learning Blog. In May, we received a new record high of 30,000 page views. Thanks for your tremendous interest and support! We look forward to continuing to serve you through the CSR web site.
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Dr. Perry Glanzer

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