Journal Notice: “Renewing Minds: A Journal of Christian Thought”

Now here is a journal of consequence. David Dockery and Union University announce the first issue of the new journal, Renewing Minds: A Journal of Christian Thought. You will want to sign up for an individual subscription and ask your library to subscribe also.

Renewing Minds is a journal that seeks to expound the Christian intellectual tradition and apply its pattern of truth to every realm of life. In his introductory essay, Dockery writes, “We gladly acknowledge that there is no corner of the universe to which the Christian faith is indifferent. Thus a call to reclaim the Christian intellectual tradition for our work in Christian higher education recognizes the fullness of the incarnation and the intemporization of Jesus Christ in space and time.”

Toward that end, the first edition addresses Christian higher education, with articles from Union University professors Scott Huelin (“Religio et Eruditio”), Jennifer Gruenke (“Faith and Science: Hard Questions”) and Hunter Baker (“The State of Christian Higher Education”). Also contributing articles are Mark Schwehn, provost of Valparaiso University (“The Liberal Arts”), and Paul House, professor of divinity at Beeson Divinity School (“Making Christian Minds”).

Renewing Minds is guided by a sharp editorial team, including:

Senior Editors:

Hunter Baker

C. Ben Mitchell

 

Review Editor:

J. Michael Garrett

 

Consulting Editors:

Timothy George

John Woodbridge

Millard Erickson

Robert P. George

 

For more info visit the journal website: http://www.uu.edu/journals/renewingminds/

 

  1 Comment

  1. Joseph allen   •  

    I completed the subscription form for Renewing Minds for the Mack Library, Bob Jones University. The subscription form appears for individual use. However the one I entered is for institutional.

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