Library

Faith, Teaching, and Scholarship – Resources of Note


The Outrageous Idea of the Missional Christian Professor, International Edition by Paul M. Gould, 2019

Religion in the University by Nicholas Wolterstorff, 2019

Learning to Teach from Within a Christian Perspective by John H. Kok, Dordt College, 2003

DIGITAL LIBRARY

ORAL: Online Reformational Academic Library – compiled by Jan Boers – A collection of articles relating to faith, scholarship, Islam, Nigeria, Reformed theology, secularism and much, much more.


PUBLICATIONS FROM GSC SCHOLARS

Glen TaylorClick here to browse Glen’s books & publications

Wendy HellemanClick here to browse Wendy’s books & publications

David KoyzisClick here to browse David’s books & publications

Adrian Helleman

Two articles in Dark Days of Authoritarianism: To Be in History:

  1. “Seventy-Five Long Hours” describes his involvement in the 1986 uprising.
  2. “A Nonviolent Revolution” discusses the efficacy of active nonviolence as an alternative to “just war” theory. It also highlights the role of missionaries who stand in solidarity with the people whom they serve in turbulent times.

PUBLICATIONS FROM GSC BOARD MEMBERS

Deborah Bowen:

“‘Seeing beyond the Scenery’: Exploring the World through Metaphor.” Canadian Theological Review 2.1 (fall 2013):  59-78.

Literature and Shalom: Teaching Freshman Students to Read.”  In Teaching to Justice: Christian Faculty Seek ‘Shalom’ in Different Disciplines. Ed. Julia K. Stronks, Whitworth College. Online anthology.  Summer 2008.

“What’s the Use of Stories That Aren’t Even True?” – Narrative and the Christian reader.”  Comment Magazine, Spring 2011: 55-64.

“Why Bother with the Humanities in a Time of Crisis?” Comment Magazine, Fall 2011.