Professing in the Postmodern Academy: Faculty and the Future of Church-related Colleges
Professing in the Postmodern Academy examines the landscape of religiously affiliated higher education in America from the perspective of faculty members critically committed to the future of church-related institutions. The book includes articles on a variety of topics from members of the Rhodes Consultation on the Future of Church-Related College, a project that has involved ninety church-related institutions since 1996.
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A Review of Research on ChurchRelated Higher Education
Postmodernity and the Future of the ChurchRelated College
Prolegomena to Any Postmodern Hope for the ChurchRelated College
A Sense of Place and the Place of Sense
Conversation and Authority
Beyond the FaithKnowledge Dichotomy
The Erotic Imagination and the Catholic Academy
Academic vs Confessional Study of the Bible in the Postmodern Classroom
A Pedagogy of Eucharistic Accompaniment
A OneArmed Embrace of Postmodernity
Religion and the Curriculum at ChurchRelated Colleges and Universities
From the Ties that Bind to WayStations
A Typology of ChurchRelated Colleges and Universities
Teaching the Conflicts For the Bible Tells Me So
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Professing in the Postmodern Academy: Faculty and the Future of Church ...
Stephen R. Haynes
Fragmentweergave - 2002
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