Tag Archives: Christianity

Lessons from My Grandfather

by Frans van Liere. Last week, I received an e-mail from a former student. “Professor, I’m really struggling with fear, and I’ve been looking to history in order to understand how it may repeat itself in the very near future. … Continue reading

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Dispelling Darkness: A Christian Paradox

by Kristin Du Mez. Tis the season. Christmas music is everywhere. I’m not a complete Grinch when it comes to Christmas music, but really… “Baby, It’s Cold Outside”? So much wrong with this… I do sing Rudolf and Frosty with … Continue reading

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The Author’s Corner: John Fea with Kristin Kobes Du Mez

by Kristin Du Mez. In the wake of recent news coverage of Christian colleges and the mishandling of sexual assault cases, questions are being raised about connections between Christianity, patriarchy, and the abuse of women. Katharine Bushnell asked precisely these … Continue reading

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