Publications (Page 4)

Here is a short list of books and papers which will be of interest to Christian academics. 

C-A-N- does not have any librarians to compile the list – so if you have any suggestions / recommendations to add to the list please let us know by sending details to secretary@c-a-n.org.uk

Support in H.E.

Some thoughts and the importance and possible methods for Christian support by those working in Higher Education. By Alan Hay Support In Higher EducationChurch fellowships can find it difficult to support us in this ministry as they just do not understand the atmosphere, context or problems. They can be very loving but not very effective.…

Telling your story, as it is

There is a great emphasis these days in encouraging ordinary people to tell or record their stories for posterity. History is not just about Kings, Queens and Presidents, but about the lives of ordinary people. Veterans of the world wars are invited into schools to relate some authentic experiences of war, history in the  making! Others,…

The Christian Scholar in the 21st Century

Reflections In reflecting generally about evangelicalism and the academy, I find that evangelicalism has always been suspicious of the academic world—and rightly so. There is much justified anxiety about the secularism, relativism and pluralism, which seems to be endemic in much of today’s higher education. Evangelicals-and, increasingly, many others as well—have noted with growing concern…

The Idea Of A Christian University – Review

The Idea of A Christian University – Essays on Theology and Higher EducationJeff Astley, Lelsie Francis, John Sullivan, Andrew Walker (Editors)Price £19.99, Publisher Paternoster, ISBN – 1-94227-260-8 Today the academy is in a state of turmoil, torn apart by market-driven pressures, systematic under-funding by central government, demoralised and impoverished standards, over-worked and highly stressed staff, increased…

The Model

Introduction Do you, as a Christian academic, sometimes feel that the material you teach in your field is somehow inconsistent with a Christian view of the world? Do you feel that there ought to be a new paradigm in your field that is more consistent with it, but at the same time also soundly academic?…