This article has arisen out of a request to reflect on the role of Christians in the academic world. In thinking about this formidable commission, it has seemed to me that it might be useful if I offer a few fairly straightforward reflections that can contribute towards a general and simple sketch of the Christian academic task. This will not amount to anything like a complete picture. But I hope that it is a sketch that we can develop by further discussion - a sketch that we can extend, to which we can add detail, and within which we can locate particular issues. I start, then, with some very basic questions. What is our role as Christian academics? What should distinguish us as Christians in the academic world - if, indeed, there ought to be anything that distinguishes us from our non-Christian colleagues?
|Number of pages||22|
|Journal||St. Mark's review: A journal of Christian thought and opinion|
|Publication status||Published - Oct 2017|