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

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Spirit-Filled Mindfulness Through Lectio Divina, Shirley Folkerts, Blog Post

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Spirit of Living God Fall Afresh on Me, Erin Olson, Blog Post

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Stained Forever by a Sanguine Glow, David Schelhaas, Blog Post

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Stanley Jaki, Jeff Ploegstra, Article

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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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Submission: May the Spirit Go With You, Jake Van Wyk, Artwork

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Supreme Court Term in Review: OT 2016, Donald Roth, Blog Post

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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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Tales from the Neighborhood, James C. Schaap, Essay

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Teaching Music in the Reformed/Calvinist Tradition, John MacInnis, Feature Article

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Technology and the Mind, Body and Soul, Kayt E. Frisch, Blog Post

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Temple Playground, Mary Dengler, Poetry

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The Best Source of Encouragement, Eric Forseth, Blog Post

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The Bloody Benders, James C. Schaap and Mark Munger, Podcast

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The Case for Christ (Movie Review), Joshua Matthews, Blog Post

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

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The Cottonwood that Bent the Highway, James C. Schaap and Mark Munger, Podcast

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The Dark Tower (Movie Review), Joshua Matthews, Blog Post

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The Earth is Weeping: The Epic Story of the Indian Wars for the American West (Book Review), James C. Schaap, Book Review

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The Ease and Speed of Judgment, Aaron Baart, Blog Post

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The Great Loss of the Great War, James C. Schaap and Mark Munger, Podcast

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The Idol of Tradition, Eric Forseth, Blog Post