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Too often Christian college students feel they must either downplay their faith or stick to a small circle of like-minded friends and organizations. Somewhere along the way assumptions have taken root that intellectual university life and Christian faith cannot be synthesized.
Klassen and Zimmermann assert that much is at stake for the young university student. A worldview takes a lasting shape and faith is usually discovered, deepened, or discarded during a collegiate journey. This new work is designed to give students, parents, and other interested readers a guide to the intellectual culture of the modern university and its contribution to society, helping them to realize the power of the university's influence and discover how to connect Christian belief to cutting-edge thinking.
|1||Can Christians think?||29|
|2||A holistic beginning : medieval humanism||47|
|3||Letter and spirit : literary humanism||61|
|4||Secular scientific humanism||71|
|5||Dare to think! Enlightenment humanism and dualism||85|
|6||The birth of the humanities : Giambattista Vico's critique of the enlightenment||99|
|7||Non-Christian criticism of enlightenment humanism||107|
|9||Postmodern antihumanism and the university||135|
|11||Incarnational humanism and common grace||167|