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 2020

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A Dream in a Town Named Academy, South Dakota, James C. Schaap and Mark Munger, Podcast

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Bdote: Where Rivers Come Together and People Fall Apart, James C. Schaap and Mark Munger, Podcast

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Common Ground for the Common Good: A Review of I Was Hungry, Abby M. Foreman, Blog Post

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Community Mental Health in Small Communities: Why We Need More Therapists, Erin Olson, Blog Post

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Galena and the General, James C. Schaap and Mark Munger, Podcast

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Hidden Curriculum: Stumbling Along the Trail Towards Faith Formation, David J. Mulder, Blog Post

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Movie Review: 1917, Joshua Matthews, Blog Post

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Movie Review: Parasite, Joshua Matthews, Blog Post

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Movie Review: The Rise of Skywalker, Tom Clark, Blog Post

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No Heart of the Ioway, James C. Schaap and Mark Munger, Podcast

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Part of a Balanced Breakfast: Three Steps to Restore Balance in our Digital World, Mark Volkers, Blog Post

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Recipes, Imagination, and Scripture: A Review of Romans Disarmed, David Westfall, Blog Post

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Seeking Out the Seventh Day: A Review of God's Sabbath with Creation, Ethan Brue, Blog Post

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Shows that Shape Us: Asking the Right Questions, Justin Bailey, Blog Post

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Shows that Shape Us: Saved by the Bell, Erin Olson, Blog Post

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Shows that Shape Us: The Office, Justin Bailey, Blog Post

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Social Media is Politics by Other Means: A Review of LikeWar, Donald Roth, Blog Post

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The Continuous, the Discrete and the Infinitesimal in Philosophy and Mathematics (Book Review), Calvin Jongsma, Book Review

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The Death of Kobe Bryant: Fallen Icons and Heart of Popular Culture, Justin Bailey, Blog Post

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The Novels You Re-Read, David Schelhaas, Blog Post

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The Osage Church: Faith, Murder, and the Presence of History, James C. Schaap and Mark Munger, Podcast

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Where Do All the Questions Go?, Luralyn M. Helming, Blog Post

Faculty Work from 2019

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3.2 Beer at the Buckaroo, James C. Schaap and Mark Munger, Podcast

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5 Questions for Christians to Ask about Online Courses and Degrees, Leah A. Zuidema, Blog Post

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735 East First Street, Matt Drissell, Artwork