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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Silence: A Movie Review, Joshua Matthews, Blog Post

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Silence: A Review Essay, Joshua Matthews, Feature Article

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Specifications Grading in a First Course in Abstract Algebra, Mike Janssen, Conference Presentation

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Sphere Sovereignty and the Electoral College, Donald Roth, Blog Post

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Stones, Jeff Ploegstra, Blog Post

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Stories from River Bend Church, James C. Schaap, Feature Article

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Take Long Looks at Anything, Luke Hawley, Blog Post

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Taking My Daughter to Hidden Figures, Howard Schaap, Blog Post

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The Reformations and the Genesis of Popular Christian Media, Scott Culpepper, Blog Post

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The Shack (Movie Review), Joshua Matthews, Blog Post

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Thy Word Have I Hid in My Heart, James C. Schaap, Blog Post

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Voice of God, Erin Olson, Blog Post

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Weighing Fog: Hands on Modeling for Day 1 of Differential Equations, Tom Clark, Conference Presentation

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What Might Tax Reform Look Like?, Donald Roth, Blog Post

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White Buffalo Girl's Grave, James C. Schaap and Mark Munger, Podcast

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White Buffalo of the Omaha Chiefs, James C. Schaap and Mark Munger, Podcast

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Who is My Neighbor?, Tom Clark, Blog Post

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Wilderness Vision, James C. Schaap, Blog Post

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Wooden Shoe Militia, James C. Schaap and Mark Munger, Podcast

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You and Me and West Texas: Review of Hell or High Water, James C. Schaap, Blog Post

Faculty Work from 2016

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5 Myths and Misconceptions About the War on Drugs, Donald Roth, Blog Post

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7 Lies Creative People Believe, John MacInnis, Blog Post

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Abstract Blues, Doug Burg, Artwork

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Advent Waiting, Gwen R. Marra, Blog Post

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Akimbo Cross, James C. Schaap and Mark Munger, Podcast