The purpose of this essay is to encourage term-tenure track and clinical track faculty members to reflect on their vocation as Christian scholars and on the connections that exist between Christian faith and their academic disciplines.

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Submissions from 2011

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The Persistent Vegetative State: An Impetus for Redefining Death, Sheri Boyce

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Leader-Member Exchange in Scripture: Insights from Jesus, Noah, and Abraham, Jennifer Dose

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Mentoring as a Statistical Educator Within the Context of a Christian College, Marlin Eby

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''Reflections on Being a Christian Who Enjoys Being a Scientist: (How) Does My Christianity Influence the Practice of My Vocation? How Does My Vocation Impact My Christianity?, Lawrence Mylin

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The Southern Shift in World Christianity: A Kairos Episode for the Believers Church, George Pickens

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Augustine, Aquinas, and Asimov: How traditional Christian thought applies in the creation of artificial moral agents, Gene Rohrbaugh

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Disturbing Divine Behavior, Eric Seibert

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How Between 2 Chairs Meets Advanced Scholarship and Published Work Standards, Valerie Smith

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Training, Transforming and Transitioning: A Blueprint for the Christian University'', Michael Zigarelli

Submissions from 2010

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The Development of Mathematical and Spiritual Maturity in the Undergraduate Mathematics Curriculum, Angela Hare

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The Art Educator as Mentor, Gene VanDyke

Submissions from 2009

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God's Garden: Christian Environmental Stewardship as Rediscovery of Our Place in the World, David Foster

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Restorative Justice and Spirituality, Debra Heath-Thornton

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Rest, Does the Drive for Efficiency Really Lead to Sufficiency?, H. Scott Kieffer

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The Problems of Preaching through History, James LaGrand

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Faith Intregration Through Service-Learning in the Information Sciences, Brian Nejmeh

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The Study of the Process of How to Teach Writing, Helen Walker

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Amish Grace as Popular Christian Scholarship, David Weaver-Zercher

Submissions from 2004

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Theology by Analogy: Psychological Frameworks for Analyzing the Parables ofJ esus, Kevin Zook

Submissions from 2003

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Faith, Reason, and the Text: The Return of the Middle Ages in Post Modem Scholarship, Joseph Huffman

Submissions from 2002

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Rules of Engagement: The Intersection of Art History and Christian Scholarship, Susanna Caroselli

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Creation, Redemption and Virtue, Caleb Miller

A Look at the Body - From Cultural Philosophy to Biblical Theology, Douglas Miller

Submissions from 2001

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Redeeming Jesus: Reading Jose Saramago's The Gospel According to Jesus Christ as Parable, Samuel Smith

Submissions from 2000

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Good Father Images in the Bible, John A. Addleman

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The Concept of Identity and its Application to Encounters with Jesus Christ, John I. Bechtold

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The Wesleyan Quadrilateral and Teaching Biblical Studies, Michael Cosby

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A Statement on The Integration of Faith and of Discipline, Christine Forsythe

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Complementarity: On Being A Christian Evolutionist, James Makowski

Submissions from 1999

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Theological and Scientific Arguments for the Occurrence of Death Before Human Sin, Gary Emberger

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Musical Crossroads, Richard Roberson

Submissions from 1998

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Social Exchange Theory and the Christian Faith: Is a Satisfactory Marriage Possible?, Raeann Hamon

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Grave Images: A Faith Visualized in a Technological Age, Kathy Hettinga

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Caution: Slippery When Wet, Linda Parkyn

Submissions from 1997

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War in the Old Testament: A Journey Towards Nonparticipation, Terry Brensinger

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Critical Realism, Christian Higher Education, and the Study of Persons, Rhonda Jacobsen

Submissions from 1996

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Christianity, Science, and the History of Science: Some Historical Reflections of the Integration of Faith and Learning, Edward Davis

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The State and the Redistribution of Income, Vincent LaFrance

Submissions from 1995

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An Essay on the Integration of Faith and Learning, John Harles

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Communication & Faith, Robert Heinemann

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'That's scripture, ain't it?' - Evangelicals and Reading the Bible in the midst of Human Cultures, Douglas Jacobsen