In the past thirty years there has been a sea change in North
American intellectual life regarding the role of religious
commitments in academic endeavors. Driven partly by post-modernism
and the fragmentation of knowledge and partly by the
democratization of the academy in which different voices are
celebrated, the appropriate role that religion should play is
contested. Some academics insist that religion cannot and must not
have a place at the academic table; others insist that religious
values should drive the argument. Faithful Imagination in the
Academy takes an approach based on dialogue with various
viewpoints, claiming neither too much nor too little. All the
authors are seasoned academics with many significant publications
to their credit. While they all know how the academy operates and
how to make worthwhile contributions in their respective
disciplines, they are also Christians whose religious commitments
are reflected in their intellectual work.
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