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In 1980, Dr. Charles Malik gave a memorable and poignant addressat the dedication of the Billy Graham Center on the campus ofWheaton College. He presented a challenge in two tasks: save thesoul and save the mind. Malik believed that in order to evangelizethe academic world, evangelism must learn to speak at an academiclevel. He called people to raise their level of thinking andsharpen their minds to this end.

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The Two Tasks of the Christian Scholar: Redeeming the Soul, Redeeming the Mind

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Overview

In 1980, Dr. Charles Malik gave a memorable and poignant addressat the dedication of the Billy Graham Center on the campus ofWheaton College. He presented a challenge in two tasks: save thesoul and save the mind. Malik believed that in order to evangelizethe academic world, evangelism must learn to speak at an academiclevel. He called people to raise their level of thinking andsharpen their minds to this end.

In this book several contributors seek to apply this message toour current context. It is a call to academics especially tointegrate Christian faith with their disciplines and to beintellectual in their faith for the purpose of communicating at thelevel of their peers and students.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781433520624
  • Publisher: Crossway
  • Publication date: 10/5/2007
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 2 MB

Table of Contents


Contributors     7
Foreword: Reflections on Charles Malik   Habib C. Malik     11
The Two Tasks Introduced: The Fully Integrated Life of the Christian Scholar   Paul M. Gould     17
The Two Tasks   Charles Malik     55
The Two Tasks Revisited: Being a Christian in the Era of Civilization Clashes   Habib C. Malik     67
Where Would We Be Today If We Took Charles Malik's Christian Critique of the University to Heart?   Peter Kreeft     85
On Being a Christian Professor in the Secular Academy   Walter L. Bradley     109
Spherical Cows and Mars Hill: A Heuristic Approach to the Two Tasks   Robert Kaita     127
The Text's the Thing: Reflections from the Humanities   John North     155
Concluding Thoughts on the Two Tasks of the Christian Scholar   William Lane Craig     177
General Index     191
Scripture Index     199
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