Category Archives: Education

Religion in Economics Courses?

Back in November I put up two posts on a book by Warren Nord, Does God Make a Difference? Taking Religion Seriously in Our Schools and Universities (you can find the earlier posts: The Scandal of Secular Indoctrination and Religion … Continue reading

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Christian Education and The Questions of Origins

Earlier this year Scot posted on several chapters in a new book Reading Genesis 1-2: An Evangelical Conversation. (Those interested can find them here.) Today I’d like to consider another of the chapters in this book – Teaching Genesis 1 … Continue reading

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Religion in Science Courses?

We are taking a look at the book Does God Make a Difference? Taking Religion Seriously in Our Schools and Universities by Warren Nord. Nord’s hypothesis is that a liberal education – as in liberal arts not liberal politics – … Continue reading

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The Scandal of Secular Indoctrination

The November/December Books and Culture, always worth reading, has an article by Perry Glanzer (whose title I’ve borrowed), reflecting on a book Does God Make a Difference? Taking Religion Seriously in Our Schools and Universities by Warren Nord. This book … Continue reading

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Religious People are Less Intelligent?

A new article appeared early in August – The Relation Between Intelligence and Religiosity: A Meta-Analysis and Some Proposed Explanations – published (as most articles are these days) online before print in Personality and Social Psychology Review. The authors analyzed … Continue reading

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Congratulations Graduates

A few months less than four years ago I wrote about taking my daughter off to college: Missional Campus Ministry 4. Coming full circle, this last weekend we attended her graduation – a great experience celebrating the achievements of the … Continue reading

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