Every student asks questions about life beyond the classroom: What does it mean to be in community? How can I discern my vocation? How should I understand marriage and sex? How should I relate to money...
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Every student asks questions about life beyond the classroom:
What does it mean to be in community?
How can I discern my vocation?
How should I understand marriage and sex?
How should I relate to money and power?
What happens if I doubt my faith?
How should I approach interfaith dialogue?
To help students navigate these questions about some of life's most pressing and difficult issues, Gary M. Burge and David Lauber, coeditors of Theology Questions Everyone Asks, have gathered insights from Christian faculty who draw on their own experiences in conversation with students during office hours and over coffee. Sometimes, the deepest learning takes place outside the classroom.
David Lauber (Ph.D., Princeton Theological Seminary) is associate professor of theology at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois. He is author of Barth on the Descent into Hell: God, Atonement and the Christian Life.
Gary M. Burge (Ph.D., King's College, Aberdeen University) has been Professor of New Testament at Wheaton College since 1992. He has a longstanding interest with the literature of John and Palestine (including Evangelical involvement with it).
His publications evidence this The New Testament in Antiquity; Whose Land? Whose Promise? What Christians are not being told about Israel and the Palestinians; Commentary on the Gospel of John (The NIV Application Commentary); Commentary on the Johannine Epistles. (The NIV Application Commentary), Interpreting the Gospel of John (Guides to New Testament Exegesis) and The Anointed Community. The Holy Spirit in the Johannine Tradition. Most recently he has launched a multivolume series Ancient Context, Ancient Faith with the first two volumes The Bible and the Land and Jesus, the Middle-Eastern Storyteller:
- Every Student Asks Questions About Life Beyond The Classroom: <ul> <li>what Does It Mean To Be In Community?</li> <li>how Can I Discern My Vocation?</li> <li>how Should I Understand Marriage And Sex?</li> <li>how Should I Relate To Money And Power?</li> <li>what Happens If I Doubt My Faith?</li> <li>how Should I Approach Interfaith Dialogue?</li> </ul> To Help Students Navigate These Questions About Some Of Life's Most Pressing And Difficult Issues, Gary M. Burge And David Lauber, Coeditors Of Theology Questions Everyone Asks, Have Gathered Insights From Christian Faculty Who Draw On Their Own Experiences In Conversation With Students During Office Hours And Over Coffee. Sometimes, The Deepest Learning Takes Place Outside The Classroom.
- 2. Vocation – Ben Norquist
- 3. Gender Roles – Emily Hunter Mcgowin
- 4. Sex – Beth Felker Jones
- 5. Marriage – Margaret Kim Peterson
- 6. Church – Amy Peeler
- 7. Wealth And Power – James G. Huff Jr.
- 8. Suffering – David Lauber
- 9. Doubt – Keith L. Johnson
- 10. Counseling – Elisha Eveleigh
- 11. Religious Pluralism – David Capes
- 12. Activism – Matt Vega