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  • Guia De Supervivencia Para Uni

    $8.99

    La etapa universitaria es un momento unico, lleno de desafios y experiencias nuevas a las que es necesario saber adaptarse. En este libro el Dr. Lucas Leys brinda ayuda y consejos practicos a quienes estan en la universidad o estan por entrar en ella.

    The university stage of life is a unique moment, full of challenges and new experiences to which it is necessary to know how to adapt. In this book, Dr. Lucas Leys provides practical advice and help to those who are in or about to enter college

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  • Surviving Religion 101

    $16.99

    Reflections on Keeping Your Faith in College

    Preparing for college is exciting for young adults-but are they truly prepared for the intellectual challenges they will face in and out of the classroom? College is not just a time filled with new and formative experiences; it can also be an intense season of testing for a young Christian’s faith.

    Writing in the form of a letter to his college-age daughter, Michael Kruger reflects on some of the biggest stumbling blocks Christian students often encounter at secular universities. Answering questions such as How can Christianity be the only right religion?; How can we know the Bible is really from God?; and Wouldn’t a loving God save everyone?, Kruger offers biblical, theological, and logical support for the Christian faith and provides students with the tools to navigate these challenging topics. College students wrestling with these issues will be encouraged to find security in God’s unfailing word even in the face of difficult questions.

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  • Walking With Jesus On Campus

    $13.99

    Stephen B. Kellough explores 10 critical truths and the habits that typically make or break a student’s spiritual life in college. Whether you are heading off to college, ministering to college students, or are the parent of a college-aged kid, Walking with Jesus on Campus will help you better understand how to tackle what lies ahead.

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  • Ecologies Of Faith In A Digital Age

    $30.00

    Technological innovation has changed nearly everything about human life, including how we teach and learn.

    Many Christian professors and institutions have embraced new technologies, especially online education. But as followers of Jesus Christ, we face the same call to grow in our faith. So how should we think about and approach Christian education in light of new technologies? Is it possible for us to grow spiritually through our digital communities?

    Steve Lowe and Mary Lowe, longtime proponents of online education, trace the motif of spiritual growth through Scripture and consider how students and professors alike might foster digital ecologies in which spiritual growth-even transformation-can take place.

    IVP Instructor Resources forthcoming.

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  • Make College Count

    $13.00

    There’s more to college than classes, credits, and a nonstop social life. It’s more than getting a degree to improve one’s job prospects. College is a time where students develop into the adults they will be for the rest of their lives, a time to explore the big questions about life and human destiny, a time when they form their character and faith.

    The perfect gift for high school graduation, Make College Count helps students make the most of their time in college. It encourages young people to ask important questions of themselves, such as:
    *Why are you going to college?
    *What kind of person do you want to be?
    *How do you want your life to influence others?
    *With whom will you surround yourself?
    *What do you believe?
    *and more

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  • Listening To Sexual Minorities

    $28.00

    Students arrive on campus with various boxes of belongings to unpack, some heavy, some tidy, some more valuable, some more private. For many students, two of these boxes could be labeled My Faith and My Sexuality-and these two can be among the most cumbersome to handle. How to balance the two without having to set one down? How to hold them both closely, both securely, but still move forward to settle in with new friends in a new environment? How to keep from dropping one or the other, spilling its embarrassing contents for all to see?

    Such can be the struggle for any student, but especially for any sexual minority who identifies or struggles with an LGB+ identity or same-sex attraction on a Christian college campus. For these students their faith and their sexuality often feel both tender and in acute tension. Who is God making them to be? What do they need to grow in to develop faithfully, and what might they need to leave behind? How can they truly flourish?

    The research team of Yarhouse, Dean, Stratton, and Lastoria draw on their decades of experience both in the psychology of sexual identity and in campus counseling to bring us the results of an original longitudinal study into what sexual minorities themselves experience, hope for, and benefit from. Rich with both quantitative and qualitative data, their book gives an unprecedented opportunity to listen to sexual minorities in their own words, as well as to observe patterns and often surprising revelations about life and personal development both on campus and after graduation.

    Listening to Sexual Minorities will be an indispensable resource not only for counselors and psychologists but also for faculty, student-development leaders, and administrators in higher education as well as leaders in the church and wider Christian community who want to create an intentional environment to hear from and contribute to the spiritual flourishing of all.

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  • Unpopular Culture

    $14.99

    Money is the key to happiness. Work hard, play hard. Look out for number one. Popular culture is full of phrases like these, telling us the best way to live, the right things to buy, the right body shape to have, the right people to hang out with. These messages are everywhere we look, 24 hours a day. But what if there was another way to live? What if we chose to live differently: to stand against injustice, to live life for more than just ourselves, to dare to be unpopular? Guvna B is rebelling against the status quo, and he’s calling you to join him. It’s time to flip the script, to demonstrate another way to live, to find freedom in going against the grain. It’s time for unpopular culture to take the stage.

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  • Lifes Too Short To Pretend Youre Not Religious

    $17.00

    Introduction: Religion Happens
    1. Crackers And Grape Juice
    2. Attention Collection
    3. Choose Your Ancestors Carefully
    4. I Learned It By Watching You
    5. Hurry Up And Matter!
    6. The Web, The Net And The Verse
    7. The Chother
    8. Policy Is Liturgy Writ Large
    9. Strange Negotiations
    Acknowledgments
    Notes

    Additional Info
    For many of us, the word religious immediately evokes thoughts of brainwashing, violence, and eye-rubbingly tiresome conversations. Why not be done with it? David Dark argues that it’s not that simple.

    The ease with which we put the label on others without applying it to ourselves is an evasion, a way of avoiding awareness of our own messy allegiances. Dark writes: If what we believe is what we see is what we do is who we are, there’s no getting away from religion.

    Both incisive and entertaining, Life’s Too Short to Pretend You’re Not Religious combines Dark’s keen powers of cultural observation with candor and wit. With equal parts memoir and analysis, Dark persuasively argues that the fact of religion is the fact of relationship. It’s the shape our love takes, the lived witness of everything we’re up to for better or worse, because witness knows no division.

    Looking hard at our weird religious background (Dark maintains we all have one) can bring the actual content of our everyday existence-the good, the bad and the glaringly inconsistent-to fuller consciousness. By doing so, we can more practically envision an undivided life and reclaim the idea of being religious.

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  • Diversity Matters : Race Ethnicity And The Future Of Christian Higher Educa

    $29.99

    Today, no institution can ignore the need for deep conversations about race and ethnicity. But colleges and universities face a unique set of challenges as they explore these topics. Diversity Matters offers leaders a roadmap as they think through how their campuses can be hospitable environments for diversity.

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  • Learning For Wisdom

    $17.99

    Getting an education can lead to a good paying job . . . What could be wrong with that?

    Education can serve as a gateway to work, but at a more fundamental level, an education is about more than finding a job or skills training. Education is about disciplining the mind with wisdom.

    A Christian education prepares students to become wise and loving servants of Christ rather than just capable or effective workers. Wise and loving servants of Christ know how to live well to the glory of God; they know how to live a good Christian life.

    Learning for Wisdom helps you slow down and think through the meaning of a good education. It also compares Christian thinking and learning with the great traditions of the world like those of Socrates, Aristotle, Confucius, and the Buddhist wisdom tradition.

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  • Echoes Of Insight

    $22.99

    Christian higher education needs something richer and deeper.

    Faith-based institutions yearn for more than business as usual, and Echoes of Insight invites you to listen again to older, forgotten, and perhaps even ignored voices. Designed to stimulate conversation among colleagues, Echoes of Insight offers brief summaries of several thought-provoking writers from the last century and encourages a new, vigorous conversation about Christian higher education.

    Alfred North Whitehead
    John Henry Newman
    Dorothy Sayers
    Abraham Flexner
    Hannah Arendt
    Thorstein Veblen
    Flannery O’Connor
    Jose Ortega y Gasset
    Maria Montessori
    Robert Maynard Hutchins
    Karl Jaspers

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  • After College : Navigating Transitions Relationships And Faith

    $17.00

    Author’s Note
    Why This Book?

    Part I: Real Faith//Faithful To Christ
    Go To An Unknown Land: Trusting A Familiar God For Unfamiliar Times
    In Transition: Facing Change
    Take Up Your Cross: Embracing Adversity
    The Tyranny Of Choice: Making God-Honoring Decisions

    Part II: Real Life//Faithful In Community
    Beyond The Quad: Finding Friends
    No Perfect Church: Choosing Community
    People Are Strange: Preparing For Diversity
    Family Matters: Relating To Parents
    Twenty-Something Relationships: Navigating Sex, Dating And Marriage

    Part III: Real World//Faithful To Our Calling
    On Purpose: Stewarding Every Area Of Our Lives For Kingdom Good
    A Faith That Works: Adjusting To Our Jobs, Connecting Them To Christ
    Financial Faithfulness: Managing Money
    Conclusion: The Land Is Good: Trusting A Constant God For Dynamic Times
    Acknowledgments
    Appendix
    Notes

    Additional Info
    The first year out was one of the hardest years of my life. -Curt The years after college can be some of the most uncertain, unstable times of life. Recent graduates grieve the loss of community, question their place in the world and struggle to find meaningful work. It can be shocking to discover that college did not fully prepare you for the challenges you now face. It’s much rougher than I thought. I thought things would just play out, and they didn’t. I don’t have friends, I don’t have a job and I hang out with my parents every night. -Kate But you are not alone. For more than a decade, Erica Young Reitz has specialized in helping college seniors and recent graduates navigate the transition to post-college life. Drawing on best practices and research on senior preparedness, she offers practical tools for a life of faithfulness and flourishing during a critical, transitional time. This practical guide addresses the top issues graduates face: making decisions, finding friends, managing money, discerning your calling and much more. Discover how you can thrive beyond your undergraduate years. If you feel lost in transition, here are resources to help you flourish as a Christ-follower in a complex world.

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  • From Topic To Thesis

    $14.00

    Every theology student has to write a research paper, but many do not know how to go about doing theological research. In this brief guide, Michael Kibbe introduces students to the basics of academic research, including how to gather and engage different sources. Provides information on online databases, bibliography software and common mistakes.

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  • Beating The College Debt Trap

    $15.99

    Beating the College Debt Trap presents students with a better way to do college. The radically counter-cultural truth is that students don’t have to be totally dependent on Mom, Dad, or Uncle Sam to get the most out of college. Graduation on a solid financial foundation is possible. But it will require intentionality, creativity, hard work, and a willingness to delay gratification. Chediak gets into the nitty-gritty of how to pay less for college, get meaningful work during college (while setting yourself up for success after college), , pay off any loans quickly, spend less, save more, and stay out of debt for good. He also unpacks how to transition from college into career, honor God while achieving financial independence, and use your finances to make a positive, eternally-significant difference in the lives of others. As a young engineering professor with an aptitude for finances and money management, Chediak has become particularly concerned with the financial health of students, especially in light of the ever increasing costs of college. In Beating the College Debt Trap he helps do something about this problem. He engages, in a friendly manner, the real world financial issues that 17-25 year olds face, with clarity, practical help, lots of illustrations, and a little humor, while conveying a distinctly Christian perspective.

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  • Making A Difference

    $16.99

    Are you ready to make a difference?

    Resident assistants are key leaders on a Christian college campus. They build a sense of community, serve as peer-counselors, and embody the mission of the university. Making a Difference shows how this journey of service can be a rewarding and even life-changing journey.

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  • 1 Minute Devotions For Young Women

    $9.99

    One-Minute Devotions for Young Women is especially for faith-filled twenty-something young women who are navigating the exhilarating and sometimes scary journey between college and job promotions, being single and marrying Mr. Right. With practical advice and heartfelt encouragement from Scripture, Mallory Larsen provides valuable insights on living in a way that glorifies God and is of service to others. The pretty and portable volume features a padded hardcover binding with spot varnish and silver foiled title and accents, an attached ribbon page marker and a presentation page for gift-giving.

    Mallory Larsen received her master’s degree in Theology and Culture from The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology. Mallory is the daughter of well-known Christian author Carolyn Larsen.

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  • Faith For The Generations

    $22.99

    The reshaping of our cultural and social landscape continues, creating unprecedented opportunities. But one question remains: Is a life of faith worth embracing?

    A Faith for the Generations explains how a Christian campus, a classroom, or even a simple mentoring relationship can flourish and serve in passing on faith to today’s emerging adults.

    The essays included in this monograph cover a variety of topics related to the theme originally addressed at the 2014 Taylor University Higher Education Symposium: A Faith for the Generations: How Collegiate Experience Impacts Faith. After this brief introductory chapter, the monograph-as did the symposium-begins with an interview with Christian Smith, previously noted as a key voice in the current dialogue regarding emerging adult spirituality. This interview is not only insightful, but it also creates an excellent context for what follows in subsequent chapters.

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  • Pietist Vision Of Christian Higher Education

    $26.00

    The Pietist Idea of the Christian College Pietism has long been ignored in evangelical scholarship. This is especially the case in the field of Christian higher education, which is dominated by thinkers in the Reformed tradition and complicated by the association of Pietism with anti-intellectualism. The irony is that Pietism from the beginning was intimately bound up with education, according to Diarmaid MacCulloch. But until now there has not been a single work dedicated to exploring a distinctively Pietist vision for higher education. In this groundbreaking volume edited by Christopher Gehrz, scholars associated with the Pietist tradition reflect on the Pietist approach to education. Key themes include holistic formation, humility and openmindedness, the love of neighbor, concern for the common good and spiritual maturity. Pietism sees the Christian college as a place that forms whole and holy persons. In a pluralistic and polarized society, such a vision is needed now more than ever.

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  • Faith And Learning

    $22.99

    A rich and practical handbook offering tools for assessing and reporting Christian college faculty members’ faith-learning integration in teaching, research, and service.

    Christian colleges expect new and continuing faculty to articulate clearly an understanding of the impact that Christian faith has on their teaching, research, and service. They also expect their faculty to be able to assess and demonstrate that they are realizing their understanding in their ongoing work as scholars and teachers. Many faculty find this dimension of their work-often labeled the integration of faith and learning-confusing and difficult to assess and describe.

    This volume begins with two useful tools: a working conception of faith/learning integration specifically for Christian college faculty, and an outline of what deans, provosts, and tenure-promotion committees typically expect faculty to know and do.

    Introducing the highly regarded framework of ernest boyer and the Carnegie Foundation (Scholarship Reconsidered, 1990), the book then examines teaching, research, and service, weaving together three conversational threads: boyar’s understanding of what scholarship means in each dimension, models and meanings of faith and learning integration in that dimension, and the expectations of provosts, deans, and tenure-promotion committees in that dimension.

    Finally the book presents a framework for assessing faith/learning integration in the three dimensions of teaching, research, and service and provides step-by-step instructions for reporting and describing the individual faculty member’s approach.

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  • Reconsidering College : Christian Higher Education For Working Adults

    $9.99

    A simple, clear introduction to higher education from a Christian perspective for the adult student.

    More and more adults are seeking to develop themselves and improve their professional opportunities by completing a college degree. Whether business professionals, salespersons, nurses, parents, or persons engaged in any other profession, many working adults recognize the value of furthering their education. And more and more universities are providing special degree tracks for such non-traditional students.

    This book is designed to help all of those who are reconsidering college to understand the value of adult education and explain some ways that such an education can be distinctively Christian. It addresses important topics for the Christian adult student, such as:

    The purpose and value of work from a Christian perspective.
    The practical and intrinsic value of education for working adults.
    Christian worldview and adult education: What difference does it make?
    Integrating faith, learning, and living in the professional world.

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  • King Of The Campus

    $14.99

    Does the Kingship of Christ matter for your college experience?
    What would it look like for the kingdom to come to your university?

    What does it mean for shalom to reign on your campus?

    The message you hear when heading off to college is usually a series of Do’s and Don’t’s: Read your Bible. Go to Church. Don’t drink beer. Don’t have sex. While these are important, they are neither big enough nor compelling enough to warrant your attention and energy for four years but the kingdom of God is.

    KING OF THE CAMPUS is a conversation about faithfully engaging God’s mission of love in your local college context. From author Steve Lutz’s experience as a college minister at Penn State comes a book about living counterculturally and with purpose in the midst of academia. Themed chapters and discussion questions make this book is perfect for college small groups.

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  • Your College Faith

    $12.99

    Walk in faith on campus and beyond…Your College Faith: Own It! serves as a field guide to faith for the student transitioning to, or seeking to make a fresh start in, the realm of college or university life. The authors help alleviate common fears about making it in college and encourage the student to experience faith in a Christian commuity that serves the unique pastoral needs of young adults. Topics covered include taking ownership of your faith life on campus, maintaining balance in life to increase chances of success on campus, finding a Catholic community on campus, giving back through service work, discerning your vocation, taking advantage of social media and avoiding its pitfalls, and using church documents and spiritual writings to deepen your faith life.

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  • American College Presidency As Vocation

    $17.99

    An engaging report on the Lilly Endowment-supported program on Presidential Vocation and Institutional Mission, led by the Council of Independent Colleges since 2005, showing the impact of the program upon the conception and practice of the American college and university presidency.

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  • Building A Culture Of Faith

    $23.99

    A groundbreaking work on holistic spiritual formation in Christian higher education.

    Contemporary Christian universities claim that students grow spiritually while enrolled, yet very little work has been done exploring the influences of various parts of the university on student spiritual formation, especially, but not limited to, the impact of faculty. This book addresses the unique role faculty and others play in student spiritual formation, including historical and contemporary approaches; it sets out a framework for understanding spiritual formation as it is practiced in the Christian university; and provides practical models for the roles the university plays in the spiritual formation of students.

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  • Thriving In Leadership

    $24.99

    In this book, seventeen senior leaders from Christian colleges and universities across the United States–collectively bringing with them hundreds of years of leadership experience–share fresh insights into the theory and practice of Christian higher education leadership. These authors speak honestly about the successes, failures, and demands that have shaped their current leadership decisions and thier visions for the future.

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  • Surviving Your First Year Of College

    $12.99

    Are you worried about Surviving Your First Year of College? Or are you so excited about new friends, new freedom, and dating that you haven’t even begun to think about classes, all-nighters, and ten-page papers? Whichever side of the spectrum you fall on-or maybe somewhere in between-this book is for you.

    Author Michael A. Kipp, who attended four different universities in four years and now teaches at a private Christian university, has seen it all and is here to help you navigate the worst parts of college and succeed at the best parts. With help from his wife, Sandy, he covers everything from roommate troubles to class attendance to cash flow to visiting the campus nurse. Whatever you’ve got a question about, this book covers it-because nobody wants more than us (except your parents, maybe) to see you not only survive college but actually thrive during your first year. So put down that summer reading, take a break from packing, get your mind off that upcoming goodbye to your significant other-and settle in for a few laughs and a lot of great tips about Surviving Your First Year of College.

    You’re college years have the potential for the heights and depths of human experience which is what can make this experience such an exhilarating and exciting adventure. Welcome to the journey of entering college!

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  • Funding The Future

    $15.99

    Guidance and encouragement for higher educational leaders facing the question of the sustainability of the current financial model.

    Just a few years into the twenty-first century, higher educational leaders face unanticipated and unparalleled financial challenges. Federal and state support dwindles while universities suffer from negative growth projections and anemic endowments. The costs of ”doing business” in private higher education continue to rise sharply, with the average ”consumer” struggling to pay even discounted tuition. Educational leaders face the question of the sustainability of the current financial model.

    This book guides and encourages a conversation that is critical for private colleges and universities. It is organized into three sections. Section One, ”Gaining a Vantage Point,” includes a literature search reviewing decision-making processes in the light of complex financial pressures, then reports on a qualitative research project completed for this book surveying senior level executives of private higher educational institutions from across the U.S. Section Two, ”Understanding Higher Educational Finances,” provides a ”primer” on higher education’s budgeting nomenclature and processes. Section Three, ”Preparing for Change,” focuses on vital leadership principles for navigating change and includes a list of the critical issues facing educational leaders as they look to the future.

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  • Beyond Integration : Inter Disciplinary Possibilities For The Future Of Chr

    $19.99

    Prominent voices reflect upon Christian higher education as it may exist beyond the influence of the faith integration model.

    Over the last generation the phrase ”integration of faith and learning” has come to describe how many Christian colleges and universities understand the way all forms of learning fall under the lordship of Jesus Christ. With its origins in the philosophical and theological insights of the Reformed tradition, this phrase has expanded its influence to institutions nurtured by numerous Christian traditions.

    This volume draws together prominent voices who are beginning to reflect upon Christian higher education as it may exist beyond the influence of the integration model. The book is organized by areas historically considered to make up the core of an undergraduate general education curriculum–the natural sciences, the social sciences, the behavioral sciences, and the liberal arts. Contributors include scholars who have emerged as seminal voices in their fields and have wrestled with some of the larger questions facing the Christian academy.

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  • Soul Care : Christian Faith And Academic Administration

    $24.99

    A book for Christian academic administrators that explores virtues in leadership, the dynamics of academic governance, and relationships in the academy.

    In this unique volume, several well respected academic leaders reflect on how their Christian faith informs their approach to academic administration. The essays are personal and candid, full of reflections on some of the difficulties and successes the leaders have experienced on their own campuses. Each essay explores some theoretical and theological foundations for administrative work, and then considers one or more specific applications or scenarios.

    Part One explores some underlying virtues and values in academic leadership, including humility, administration as pastoral care, and the cultivation of joy. Part Two delves more intricately into the dynamics of academic governance, including difficult personnel decisions, strategic planning, and tough financial choices. Part Three explores relationships in the academy–the continual need to find that personal touch in administrative work.

    The editors write: ”The challenge for us, as Christian academic leaders, is to consider how we can meet legal scrutiny and the common standards of academic professionalism without losing the deep conviction that our Christian faith calls us to lead and respond in ways that often run against the grain. How do we love the Lord with heart, soul, strength, and mind, and care for our community and our neighbors, all the while keeping our institutions accredited, efficient, and fiscally sound?” –from the Introduction.

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  • Campus Survival Guide

    $15.00

    The Campus Survival Guide, from the editors of the popular Student to Student and Campus Voices books, features sixty student essays on topics ranging from communion sacraments to super heroes. Like its popular predecessors in the series, each devotional includes a list of Scripture readings for the week, along with a companion article offering helpful, humorous, or inspirational information. Articles coincide with events commonly occurring during the academic year, with seasonal entries focusing on holidays, semester exams, spring breaks, and summer vacations. A perfect gift to keep Christian college students focused on what matters most!

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  • Christian College Phenomenon

    $24.99

    An in-depth look at what’s happening inside the colleges and universities that are growing most dramatically among today’s higher education institutions.

    The Christian College Phenomenon explores the explosive growth over the last twenty years of institutions affiliated with the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU). While public institutions of higher learning in the United States experienced a 3% growth in enrollment from 1990-1996, CCCU institutions witnessed a 36.9% growth during that same period. And in 2006, enrollment over the previous year at public universities grew by 13% and at other private colleges by 28%, but enrollment at CCCU institutions rose by 70.6%.

    Editors Thomas Chesnes and Samuel Joeckel have taken an empirical approach, surveying over 1900 professors at ninety-five CCCU colleges and universities and 2300 students at twenty different schools. The editors compiled responses to quantitative and open-ended questions on topics from pedagogy and politics to faith learning integration; they then made that data available to nearly thirty scholars who have turned their considered responses into chapters that are now organized into seven book sections, covering topics in gender, evolution, faith, learning, scholarship, and race/ethnicity.

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  • Christians Guide To College Admissions Senior Edition

    $14.95

    SKU (ISBN): 9780983319634Glenda DuranoBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2011Publisher: Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas Print On Demand Product

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  • Catholic Colleges In The 21st Century

    $9.95

    Examines the contemporary social and pastoral context of Catholic colleges and universities in the United States, from the perspective of the campus minister of the twenty-first century

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  • Christians Guide To College Admissions Junior Edition

    $14.95

    SKU (ISBN): 9780983319641Glenda DuranoBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2011Publisher: Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas Print On Demand Product

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  • Engaging The Culture Changing The World

    $18.00

    Drawing on the social critical thinking of Lesslie Newbigin, Richard Hays, Walter Brueggemann, Richard Mouw, Richard John Neuhaus, Charles Taylor and James Davison Hunter, Philip W. Eaton proposes an alternative idea of the Christian university that aims to equip students for responsible engagement in our post-Christian context. Going against the mainstream of Christian higher education, Eaton envisions a place that considers engagement and interaction with culture to be a positive priority.Going against the mainstream of secular higher education, Eaton envisions a place where the grand narrative of the Christian gospel is affirmed as a life-giving response to the critical issues of our day. We need not resign ourselves to exile on the margins of society nor blend in with the pervasive secular society. Engaging the Culture, Changing the World foresees a third way: the Christian university that stands in distinction and compassion, a community that models human flourishing to the world.

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  • Thriving At College

    $15.99

    Going to college can be exciting, anxiety inducing, and expensive! You want your child to get the most out of their college experience-what advice do you give? Thriving at College by Alex Chediak is the perfect gift for a college student or a soon-to-be college student.
    Filled with wisdom and practical advice from a seasoned college professor and student mentor, Thriving at College covers the ten most common mistakes that college students make-and how to avoid them! Alex leaves no stone unturned-he discusses everything from choosing a major and discerning one’s vocation to balancing academics and fun, from cultivating relationships with peers and professors to helping students figure out what to do with their summers.
    Most importantly, this book will help students not only keep their faith but build a vibrant faith and become the person God created them to be.

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  • Parents Guide To The Christian College

    $14.99

    Every year, tens of thousands of parents send their children off to Christian colleges and universities, investing in the professional and spiritual growth that such institutions offer. But what happens next? A PARENT’S GUIDE TO THE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE gives answers to parents who want to know just where they’re sending their children and their money. Other guides for parents of college students give information on the secular college experience, but this book provides important insight into the more comprehensive world of Christian education.

    Challenging parents to reconsider their understandings of what it means to be a more fully developed person in light of Christian faith, this book takes a theological approach that celebrates the presence of parents in the lives of their daughters and sons while exploring what that presence should look like during the transition to adulthood. Parents and students alike will benefit from A PARENT”S GUIDE TO THE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE, which is designed to help parents more effectively support their children and understand the Christian college’s unique role in nurturing holistic and transformational education.

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  • May It Always Be True

    $15.99

    A collection of heartening chapel addresses from John Brown University President Charles W. Pollard that speak to the intense spiritual experiences of university life, offering encouragement both to current students and those who graduated years ago.
    Chapel services are a central part of the Christian college experience for thousands of today’s students, as well as faculty and staff members, and can be a time for leaders to inspire and encourage students to pursue their work with delightful fervor. That’s what Charles Pollard has tried to do in the chapel addresses he’s delivered during his time as president of John Brown University. ”I left a career in law to teach English literature because I wanted to teach undergraduates and to consider with them the important questions of life,” he writes. ”Why are we here? Why is there joy and pain in life? What is beauty or truth or love? How should I treat others? Is there a God and does it matter? That desire to ask these questions remains an animating part of my work life.” MAY IT ALWAYS BE TRUE brings Pollard’s addresses into a published collection that all of us can benefit from, whether or not we have access to a regular university chapel program.

    The chapters are organized around the rhythm of the academic year (opening day, first semester, Advent, second semester, and baccalaureate) to explore broader topics like, ”Who am I?” ”Finding Advent amid distraction,” and ”Saying farewell.” As a result, MAY IT ALWAYS BE TRUE speaks to the pattern of life that resounds in so many of our souls, whether we still inhabit a university or only remember the call of our college days.

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  • College Adventure Handbook

    $12.99

    Leaving home for college can be both exciting and scary, especially for young Christians who want to succeed academically, socially, and spiritually.The College Adventure Handbook provides what every college student needs most: practical tips blended with spiritual commentary designed to help faith-filled students stay on track. Most college advice books don’t talk about how to make a student’s faith a natural part of the college experience. Or they’re so focused on faith, they don’t deal with practical matters. The College Adventure Handbook is different.

    It’s packed with useful tips for every aspect of college life, from passing classes and dealing with roommates, to avoiding temptations, stressing out, even finding a church that fits – all spiked with humor and presented in a format that can be referenced on a need-to-know basis.

    College students don’t need one more textbook to read, and most of them don’t want one more inspiration-packed devotional. What they need most in this extremely nerve-racking, life-changing time is some down-to-earth advice and practical strategies on how to walk a God-inspired life with as few missteps as possible. The College Adventure Handbook delivers all that and more.

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  • College Ministry From Scratch

    $14.99

    This book dives into our youth ministries, helping youth workers think intentionally about developing a ministry that is geared toward helping prepare kids for what’s to come.

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  • Moral University

    $25.00

    The Moral University examines the ways that universities act morally toward students, faculty, their communities and the nation. It considers the effectiveness of moral reasoning courses in the curriculum and the growth of leadership courses. The book deals with the myriad ways in which universities act positively toward their communities. It also examines the involvement of universities in national projects. Moreover, the Berubes examine how students and faculty are treated, especially in terms of gender bias. The book concludes on a positive note with a model moral university.

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  • Moral University

    $63.00

    The Moral University examines the ways that universities act morally toward students, faculty, their communities and the nation. It considers the effectiveness of moral reasoning courses in the curriculum and the growth of leadership courses. The book deals with the myriad ways in which universities act positively toward their communities. It also examines the involvement of universities in national projects. Moreover, the Berubes examine how students and faculty are treated, especially in terms of gender bias. The book concludes on a positive note with a model moral university.

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  • Transformation At The Edge Of The World

    $24.99

    Each year, thousands of students from faith-based universities across the United States venture, through study abroad programs, to the edge of the world. What happens to them while they are there? For the editors of this volume, the edge of the world is not a place of physical remoteness where cell phone coverage runs out, nor is it a region of economic marginality. Instead, it is a place of personal transformation, the point of convergence between students spiritual development and their commitment to global engagement. To help students arrive in such a place, faculty and staff seek holistic approaches to education. In the study abroad context, holistic education emphasizes formation of personal ethics, cultivation of empathy, the creation of deep communities, and commitment to social responsibility. This collection of essays is characterized by the diversity of its voices. The contributors represent a broad range of faith-based institutions and a wide array of academic disciplines. The study abroad programs they describe, scattered across five continents, reflect a variety of models. Gathered into this pioneering collection are essays that theorize about the conjunction of spiritual formation and global engagement, share practices that are currently bearing fruit, and identify potential areas of growth and improvement for the future.

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  • Christian Formation : Integrating Theology And Human Development

    $29.99

    For Christian education professors and students, Christian Formation provides a composite view of human development and learning from integrated theory, theology, and educational practices in the church. By design, the book integrates these elements into a cohesive foundational piece for Christian education. Contributors include:

    * James Estep – Christian Anthropology: Humanity as the Imago Dei, Developmental Theories: Foe, Friend or Folly? Moral Development and Christian Formation
    * Jonathan Kim – Intellectual Development and Christian Formation, Psychological Development and Christian Formation, Cultural Development and Christian Formation
    * Timothy Jones and Michael Wilder – Faith Development and Christian Formation
    * Greg Carlson – Adult Development and Christian Formation
    * Mark Maddix – Spiritual Formation and Christian Formation

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  • Faith Bound : Prayers By And 4 College Students

    $8.99

    What do college students struggle with? Hope for? Wonder about? Find joy in?

    Knowing someone else has faced these same tough questions can be empowering, comforting and encouraging.

    Written by and for college students, this book of prayers focuses on contemporary issues. From various Christian backgrounds, cultures, and campuses, they share experiences, prayers, and reflections that help them cope with life’s difficulties, rejoice in God’s grace, and make the best decisions when faced with demanding choices.

    These real-life experiences-and the prayers rising out of them-will support and guide young adults as they step out on their own, pursue and answer their heart’s calling, and establish their growing independence–all with God’s help.

    Prayers are organized by the events that define the life of a college student…
    –Starting a new term, making new friends, and cultivating relationships
    –Dealing with classroom pressures and exam week
    –Encountering new views and new ways of addressing common questions
    –Maintaining a relationship with God
    –Juggling commitments
    –Preparing to graduate and beginning a career path

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  • Educating For Faith And Justice

    $19.95

    Catholic colleges and universities play a crucial role in handing on a rich faith tradition to young adults today. As these institutions have become more professional and pluralistic, many are asking how effective they are at carrying out the religious mission which is central to their identity:

    Are Catholic colleges and universities significantly different from less expensive state institutions or from other private colleges and universities?
    Are they still committed to the search for truth, which is really the search for God?
    Thomas Rausch, an eminent educator, is a Catholic priest long interested in Catholic theology as a work of the church, not just of the academy. He insists we must also ask of Catholic higher education today:

    Does it truly form students in the faith that does justice, or does it simply speed their passage into successful corporate lifestyles?
    Does it help students come to a personal encounter with the divine mystery revealed in Jesus?
    Keeping these questions before them, Rausch and five other contributors to this volume provide wisdom, insight, and concrete examples of how Catholic higher education can indeed foster faith that leads to a more just world.

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  • Realizing Our Intentions

    $21.99

    Realizing our Intentions addresses educators, church leaders, board members, and supporters who believe that distinctive, faith-based colleges and universities will be important voluntary associations in a postmodern society.

    Many works have documented the history of higher education in the West, showing how churches have started colleges and universities and then how the churches and schools gradually have distanced themselves from each other. However, Realizing our Intentions goes one step further by offering specific and practical strategies for healthy and long-term relationships between faith-based colleges and churches.

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  • 5 Minute Time Manager For College Students

    $16.95

    Extraordinary book to which all students can relate. The author did a fantastic job of connecting with readers to empower them to do better in their own lives. The five-minute to-do list and 45 techniques are extremely useful and will not only help you in college, but also in real life. MARQUIS GAUBATZ, Sophomore, Public Relations, University of Texas, San Antonio. This helpful and humorous collection of tips can foster the perpetually busy student’s success in and outside the classroom. The book is a quick read, yet packs in the necessary information. The candor and wit are refreshing. SOPHIA MOSSBERG, Freshman, Barnard College, Columbia University, NY. This book is the perfect prescription for anyone looking to get his or her life on track by setting appropriate priorities and planning a college schedule accordingly. The most significant characteristic of this book that makes it so easy to read is the humor. This book is hysterical! I have one piece of advice: JUST READ IT! MATTHEW EVINS, Graduate Student, Miami University, OH. Are you scrambling to keep up with all of your work and gasping for more time to do it all? Are you spinning out of control? Do you have five minutes to spare? Then this is the time-management solution for you and all undergraduate and graduate students, especially freshman. The five-minute to-do list alone will increase free time by 20% or more. There are 45 other effective techniques, adapted from best practices in business and industry, which can easily be incorporated into your daily routine to streamline studying, test preparation, and personal appointments. Imagine the feeling of being ahead, relaxed, and in control with time to squander; instead of being behind, unprepared, and playing catch-up all of the time with the accompanying stress, tension, and frustration.

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  • Word In The English Classroom

    $24.99

    If you teach at a faith-based college or university, you’ve probably heard much about integrating faith and learning. But what does that actually look like? What do you do when you walk in the classroom door? In this book, editors Jamie Dessart and Brad Gambill have brought together English professors from across the spectrum of Christian higher education, inviting contributors to reflect on how faith and scholarship intersect in their particular academic areas and Christian traditions. The authors represent a broad range of Christian faith and a variety of specializations within the field of English, including composition and rhetoric, creative writing, literature, and media studies. They write honestly and specifically about their work, confessing successes and failures, intentional plans and accidents that flopped or initiated new ways of thinking. As you read each chapter, you’ll gain another view of what it can mean to negotiate faith in the classroom, as the authors share reflections on courses and lessons they’ve taught. Many of us are still working to understand how faith and scholarship should collaborate in our classrooms. This volume offers an important look into current practice in order to promote even further development for the future.

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  • Finding God Beyond Harvard

    $18.00

    Table Of Contents
    Foreword By Ravi Zacharias
    Preface: A Note To The Reader
    Prologue: A Sense Of Wonder

    1. Through The Darkness
    2. Bewildered In The City: The Journey Begins
    3. Rumors Of Another World: A Taste Of New Wine
    4. Veritas Envisioned: The Idea Of The Veritas Forum
    5. The Veritas Forum Begins At Harvard
    6. Road Trip: Living In Skin
    7. Veritas Beyond Harvard: First Flight
    8. Searching For Clues: A True Vine In The Ivy
    9. East To West: From New England To California
    10. On Forgiving: Pain, The Color Of Crimson
    11. Knowing And Believing: True North
    12. Healing And Friendship: True Vine, New Wine
    13. Engaging The World: The Rise Of Veritas
    14. Seeing All Things: The Questions Of Our Times
    15. The Lord Of The Rings And A Kingdom Among Us
    Epilogue: Coming Home
    Acknowlegments
    Photos
    Appendix: A Parable: True North On A Dark Sea
    Notes
    About The Veritas Forum

    Additional Info
    Engaging narrative and provocative content come together in this mind-stretching and heart-challenging journey. Come with Kelly Monroe Kullberg on an intellectual road trip as The Veritas Forum explores the deepest questions of the university world and the culture at large. Discover that Veritas transcends philosophy or religion and instead brings us to true life.

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  • Readers Guide To Calvins Institutes

    $22.00

    2009 marks the 500th anniversary of John Calvin’s birth, and throughout the year scholars from around the world are gathering to discuss Calvin and his influence. Calvin’s Institutes is one of the great classics of Christian theology. Here a leading Calvin expert offers an affordable guide to reading the Institutes (keyed to the McNeill/Battles translation).

    The book includes annotations to selected readings that offer readers a streamlined introduction to the heart of Calvin’s theology. Dividing the Institutes into thirty-two portions, the author has chosen an average of eighteen pages to be read from each portion to cover the whole range of the Institutes and provide readers with passages critical to understanding Calvin’s theology. The notes guide readers through the text, concentrating on the sections chosen for reading, summarizing the material, and drawing attention to the most significant footnotes in the McNeill/Battles edition. An introduction and questions at the beginning of each portion direct the reader’s attention to important points, and a brief guide at the end of each portion suggests further reading. The book will serve professors and students of the Institutes; courses in Calvin, Reformed theology, and historical theology; and readers seeking a guide to the Institutes.

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  • UnCivil University : Anti Semitism And Anti Israelism On College Campuses (Revis

    $39.99

    Foreword
    Marc Dollinger
    Acknowledgments

    Introduction (Revised Edition)
    Kenneth L. Marcus
    1. Something Amiss In Higher Education

    2. Defining The Civil University

    3. The Emergence Of The Uncivil University

    4. The Persistent Prejudice

    5. Ideology And Propaganda

    6. Uncivil Politics And Campus Misconduct

    7. Reclaiming The Civil University

    8. Conclusion (Revised Edition)

    The Uncivil University Illustrated

    Additional Info
    In the name of academic freedom, the core values of higher education-honest scholarship, unbiased research, and diversity of thought and person-have been corrupted by an academy more interested in preserving its privileges than in protecting its own integrity. The American university has lost its civility. Nowhere is this loss more apparent than in the rise of anti-Semitism and anti-Israelism on college campuses. This book documents the alarming rise in bigotry and bullying in the academy, using a range of evidence from first-hand accounts of intimidation of students by anti-Israel professors to anti-Semitic articles in student newspapers and marginalization of pro-Israel scholars. The UnCivil University exposes the unspoken world of double standards, bureaucratic paralysis, and abdication of leadership that not only allows but often supports a vocal minority of extremists on campus.

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  • UnCivil University : Anti Semitism And Anti Israelism On College Campuses (Revis

    $100.00

    Foreword
    Marc Dollinger
    Acknowledgments

    Introduction (Revised Edition)
    Kenneth L. Marcus
    1. Something Amiss In Higher Education

    2. Defining The Civil University

    3. The Emergence Of The Uncivil University

    4. The Persistent Prejudice

    5. Ideology And Propaganda

    6. Uncivil Politics And Campus Misconduct

    7. Reclaiming The Civil University

    8. Conclusion (Revised Edition)

    The Uncivil University Illustrated

    Additional Info
    In the name of academic freedom, the core values of higher education-honest scholarship, unbiased research, and diversity of thought and person-have been corrupted by an academy more interested in preserving its privileges than in protecting its own integrity. The American university has lost its civility. Nowhere is this loss more apparent than in the rise of anti-Semitism and anti-Israelism on college campuses. This book documents the alarming rise in bigotry and bullying in the academy, using a range of evidence from first-hand accounts of intimidation of students by anti-Israel professors to anti-Semitic articles in student newspapers and marginalization of pro-Israel scholars. The UnCivil University exposes the unspoken world of double standards, bureaucratic paralysis, and abdication of leadership that not only allows but often supports a vocal minority of extremists on campus.

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  • Here Comes Everybody

    $39.99

    Introduction By William C. Graham

    American Catholic Studies:Theory And Practice:–Seven Attitudes And Approaches That Make A College Catholic By William C. Graham, The Very Idea Of Catholic Studies By Paul J. Wojda, Catholic Studies And The Mission Of The Catholic University By Richard M. Liddy, Catholic Studies Programs: Catalysts For Reviving The Catholic Intellectual Tradition In Higher Education By David Gentry-Akin, The (Longed For) Varieties Of Catholic Studies By James A. Fisher

    Art, Earth And Dignity: Faithfully Shaping The Common Life–Art & Agnosticism: God’s Partners In Revelation, A Poet Explores The Landscape Of Faith And Doubt By Elizabeth Michael Boyle, O.P., The Earth Is The LORD’s (Ps 24:1) By Dianne Bergant, C.S.A., Human Dignity And The Kingdom Of God: A Russian Theological Perspective (Vladimir Solov’v) By Randall A. Poole, Theological Challenges To Community Organizing By Lee Stuart, Faith And Values In The Public Arena:An American Catholic In Public Life By James L. Oberstar, M.C.

    Genesis, Conversion, And Distant Horizons: The Shape Of The Journey– ‘The Misfit,’ The Grandmother, And Genesis In Flannery O’Connor’s A Good Man Is Hard To Find By Mark McVann, F.S.C., The Search For Faith And Pascal’s Wager By Anthony Barrett, Avery Cardinal Dulles, S.J.: From Convert To Cardinal By Anne-Marie Kirmse, O.P., Not Scandalized, Not Seduced By Matthew Lickona, Theology Of The Laity: New Horizons And Recent Roadblocks By Aurelie A. Hagstrom.

    Additional Info
    James Joyce’s famous description of the Roman Church, Here Comes Everybody, may have presaged the developing Catholic Studies programs in U.S. Catholic higher education.

    Some of these essays were first delivered as lectures in the Here Comes Everybody series to inaugurate the establishment of the Braegelman Program of Catholic Studies at The College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, MN. The authors gathered here begin to suggest something of the depth and breadth of the living Catholic Intellectual Tradition. They are leading the way in new and important discussions.

    These programs are about more than Catholic institutions exploring and asserting their identity. Surely those involved seek rigorous engagement with the Catholic Intellectual Tradition, examining religious ideas and ideals, and participating in the study of Catholic thought and culture. They seek dialogue with Catholics of all mindsets, with Christians from other denominations, believers from other faith traditions and all who seek the truth.

    List of Contributors
    William C. Graham, Ph.D.; Anthony Barrett, Ph.D., Dianne Bergant, C.S.A.; Elizabeth Michael Boyle, O.P. and Ph.D.; James T. Fisher; David Gentry-Akin, Aurelie A. Hagstrom, S.T.D., Anne-Marie Kirmse, O.P.; Matthew Lickona, Richard M. Liddy, Mark McVann, F.S.C.; James L. Oberstar, U.S. Congressman; Randall A. Poole, Ph.D.; Lee Stuart, Ph.D., Paul J. Wojda, Ph.D.

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  • Here Comes Everybody

    $76.00

    Introduction By William C. Graham

    American Catholic Studies:Theory And Practice:–Seven Attitudes And Approaches That Make A College Catholic By William C. Graham, The Very Idea Of Catholic Studies By Paul J. Wojda, Catholic Studies And The Mission Of The Catholic University By Richard M. Liddy, Catholic Studies Programs: Catalysts For Reviving The Catholic Intellectual Tradition In Higher Education By David Gentry-Akin, The (Longed For) Varieties Of Catholic Studies By James A. Fisher

    Art, Earth And Dignity: Faithfully Shaping The Common Life–Art & Agnosticism: God’s Partners In Revelation, A Poet Explores The Landscape Of Faith And Doubt By Elizabeth Michael Boyle, O.P., The Earth Is The LORD’s (Ps 24:1) By Dianne Bergant, C.S.A., Human Dignity And The Kingdom Of God: A Russian Theological Perspective (Vladimir Solov’v) By Randall A. Poole, Theological Challenges To Community Organizing By Lee Stuart, Faith And Values In The Public Arena:An American Catholic In Public Life By James L. Oberstar, M.C.

    Genesis, Conversion, And Distant Horizons: The Shape Of The Journey– ‘The Misfit,’ The Grandmother, And Genesis In Flannery O’Connor’s A Good Man Is Hard To Find By Mark McVann, F.S.C., The Search For Faith And Pascal’s Wager By Anthony Barrett, Avery Cardinal Dulles, S.J.: From Convert To Cardinal By Anne-Marie Kirmse, O.P., Not Scandalized, Not Seduced By Matthew Lickona, Theology Of The Laity: New Horizons And Recent Roadblocks By Aurelie A. Hagstrom.

    Additional Info
    James Joyce’s famous description of the Roman Church, Here Comes Everybody, may have presaged the developing Catholic Studies programs in U.S. Catholic higher education.

    Some of these essays were first delivered as lectures in the Here Comes Everybody series to inaugurate the establishment of the Braegelman Program of Catholic Studies at The College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, MN. The authors gathered here begin to suggest something of the depth and breadth of the living Catholic Intellectual Tradition. They are leading the way in new and important discussions.

    These programs are about more than Catholic institutions exploring and asserting their identity. Surely those involved seek rigorous engagement with the Catholic Intellectual Tradition, examining religious ideas and ideals, and participating in the study of Catholic thought and culture. They seek dialogue with Catholics of all mindsets, with Christians from other denominations, believers from other faith traditions and all who seek the truth.

    List of Contributors
    William C. Graham, Ph.D.; Anthony Barrett, Ph.D., Dianne Bergant, C.S.A.; Elizabeth Michael Boyle, O.P. and Ph.D.; James T. Fisher; David Gentry-Akin, Aurelie A. Hagstrom, S.T.D., Anne-Marie Kirmse, O.P.; Matthew Lickona, Richard M. Liddy, Mark McVann, F.S.C.; James L. Oberstar, U.S. Congressman; Randall A. Poole, Ph.D.; Lee Stuart, Ph.D., Paul J. Wojda, Ph.D.

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  • Scholarships 101 : The Real-World Guide To Getting Cash For College

    $17.95

    In the next five years, sixteen million high school students will graduate, making up the largest group of high school graduates in this country’s history. Those students who are fortunate enough to be on the honor roll or the star quarterback of the football team will have access to the best scholarships. But what will happen to the rest of them-those students who have the potential for a great college career, but not necessarily the financial backing to attend the school of their dreams? Author Kimberly Stezala passionately believes that every student should have access to a quality education. Now, she shows parents and their kids how to approach the scholarship process like a pro. Filled with inspiring advice from successful students and scholarship providers, Scholarships 101 shows aspiring college students how to: apply for those scholarships that are the best match for their profile and skills * create a scholarship application that will stand apart from the rest and impress the judges * find the buried treasure of scholarships that aren’t necessarily available on common websites * build a team of supporters in their scholarship quest Straightforward and savvy, this book provides the extra boost many students need to plan for their futures and receive the education they deserve.

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  • Soul Of A Christian University

    $19.99

    Combining a survey of the history and purposes of Christian higher education, critical approaches to faith-learning-living, and practical lessons for teaching, scholarship and service, The Soul of a Christian University assists faculty and administrators in educating hearts and minds.

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  • Religion Culture Curriculum And Diversity In 21st Century America

    $44.99

    Comprised of fifteen essays, Religion, Culture, Curriculum, and Diversity in 21st Century America, provides a cutting-edge examination of diversity issues against the backdrop of curriculum development and outcomes in Christian higher education. The primary focus on diversity of race, ethnicity, and disabilities is explored in comparison with institutional changes in these areas that harmonize the efforts of administration, faculty, and students. Hiring practices are analyzed, as well as recruitment and retention of minority faculty and students.

    This works’ secondary focus is on similarities and differences between Christianity and Islam regarding international customs and norms of immigrants, primarily from Africa, Asia, and India on America’s Christian academia. The work is reader-friendly and recommended for students and scholars as well as for laypersons desirous of keeping pace with current diversity trends in American culture and religion.

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  • Leadership Rocks : Becoming A Student Of Influence

    $9.99

    For over 20 years, Jay Strack has been working with young Christian leaders throughout the U.S. and teaching them have a better understanding of God’s Word and His calling in their lives. The topics chosen for the Student Leadership University Study Guide Series represent part of the teaching model that Dr. Strack has developed over the years and address tough questions that young people are asking today.

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