The World for Which We Educate.
In addition to his notable work as a premier Christian philosopher, Nicholas Wolterstorff has become a leading voice on faith-based higher education. Educating for Shalom: Essays on Christian Higher Education Paperback – March 2, In addition to his notable work as a premier Christian philosopher, Nicholas Wolterstorff has become a leading voice on faith-based higher education. This volume gathers the best of Wolterstorff's.
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Bias or Access? Together these might suggest that we are not living in the best of times.
In this setting, institutions of Christian higher education in North America — Catholic, Lutheran, Wesleyan, Calvinist, Methodist, evangelical, fundamentalist — all struggle to understand their purpose and identity. Who are we? What are we here for?
What ought to be our relationship to an increasingly fragmented and seemingly post-Christian society? What contribution might we make to alleviating society's multiple problems? Issues facing Christian higher education are also more directly internal.
How do we maintain historical identities and missions while seeking to embrace increasing diversity for our very survival? How do we address the looming double threat by on-line degree mills that promise credentials for a song and by escalating costs for students who increasingly seem to want credentials rather than an education?
How are our students going to successfully face increasingly high education debts with diminishing job prospects? Chrisian higher education is not without its questions.
What resources might Christian higher education draw on as it thinks its way into the twenty-first century? An unknown error has occurred.
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