Faculty members participate in a variety of activities that contribute to communal scholarship and develop serviceable insight, all with an eye to equipping others to work effectively toward Christ-centered renewal in all aspects of contemporary life.

For works by faculty arranged by departments, please visit Faculty Work: By Department.

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Faculty Work from 2017

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Dual Citizenship: What Does It Mean to be a Christian and a Citizen of the United States?, Scott Culpepper, Blog Post

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Dunkirk (Movie Review), Joshua Matthews, Blog Post

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Err on the Side of Action, Aaron Baart, Blog Post

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Experiencing Joy Through Confession, Eric Forseth, Blog Post

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Exuberant Peace in the Face of Fear, David Schelhaas, Blog Post

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Faith and Allegiance, Benjamin J. Lappenga, Blog Post

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Finding Fibonacci: The Quest to Rediscover the Forgotten Mathematical Genius Who Changed the World (Book Review), Calvin Jongsma, Book Review

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First Suffragette, James C. Schaap, Blog Post

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Grow Up, Ed Starkenburg, Blog Post

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Hacksaw Ridge: A Movie Review, Joshua Matthews, Blog Post

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Hairwork, James C. Schaap and Mark Munger, Podcast

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Has a Nation Ever Changed its Gods?, Donald Roth, Blog Post

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Haunted by the Father: The Poetry of Li-Young Lee, Howard Schaap, Blog Post

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Hearing God's Voice, Benjamin J. Lappenga, Blog Post

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Hear My Prayer, Ethan Brue, Blog Post

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Heavyweight Preaching, James C. Schaap and Mark Munger, Podcast

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Hell or High Water: Tattered and Familiar, Bob De Smith, Blog Post

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How Did We Get Our Tax System? (And What Can That Teach Us About Reforming It?), Donald Roth, Blog Post

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How to Pray for Your President, David Schelhaas, Blog Post

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Humility on the Plains, James C. Schaap, Feature Article

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I Am, Leah A. Zuidema, Blog Post

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iAt Book Club: The Benedict Option, Donald Roth, Scott Culpepper, Erin Olson, Robert Lancaster, and Gustavo Maya, Book Review

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Identification and Analysis of Bacterial Genomic Metabolic Signatures, Nathaniel Bowerman, Nathan L. Tintle, Matthew DeJongh, and Aaron A. Best, Conference Proceeding

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I Know Whom I Have Believed, Donald Roth, Blog Post

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Imagining Discipleship Through Narrative Metaphor, Donald Roth, Blog Post