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From the Publisher-- Nicholas Wolterstorff in Books & Culture
"A rich and imaginative christological case for Christians engaging in serious learning."
-- Jeffrey Baylor University
"By drawing constructively on poets, theologians, philosophers - and especially on the great historic creeds and confessions of the faith - Noll has crafted a challenging, inspiring christological philosophy of Christian education for the twenty-first century. This is a major contribution."
"Noll draws on an impressive breadth of material from sources as diverse as B. B. Warfield and Vatican II. This accessible book will appeal to those interested in the idea of Christian learning and in the relationship between Christian faith and the liberal arts and sciences. . . . Recommended."
David P. Gushee
-- Mercer University
"Though modest in length, this may be one of Noll's most important scholarly contributions."
-- Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society
"A must-read for all Christian scholars."