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A Higher Education
Baylor and the Vocation of a Christian University

Edited by Elizabeth Davis

A Higher Education
Paperback, 130 pages $29.95
Published: 1st September 2014
ISBN: 9781481303293
Format: 9in x 6in


Subjects: All Higher Education

A Higher Education collects the work of renowned scholars on the importance and mission of Christian higher education. Placing Baylor University at the center of these discussions, this compendium celebrates the inauguration of Judge Kenneth W. Starr over the first year of his presidency at Baylor University and underscores the necessity of Christian higher education in a global context. With an introduction by Baylor University Executive Vice President and Provost Elizabeth Davis, A Higher Education shows how the model set forth at Baylor University can influence institutions of higher learning in the US and abroad. 

Foreword

Introduction: Why Christian Higher Education Matters
1. Christian Higher Education vs. Christians in Higher Education
2. The Myth of the Sovereign Self
3. Scholarship in Action and the Public Mission of Universities
4. Ethics in the Twenty-First Century
5. The Challenges and Opportunities for Liberal Education in a Faith-Based University
6. The Bible, Baptists, and the Challenge of Christian Higher Education

Notes

A Higher Education: Baylor and the Vocation of a Christian University examines factors central to this identity and provides insights for all, whether we are Christians in higher education or in Christian higher education.”

—Karen Maxwell, Journal of Education and Christian Belief (17: 2, 2013)

Elizabeth Davis is Executive Vice President and Provost, Baylor University.



Publication Details:


Binding:
 Paperback , 130 pages
ISBN:
 9781481303293
Format:
 9in x 6in

BISAC Code:
  EDU015000, REL026000
Imprint:
 Baylor University Press



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