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Born-Again Brethren in Christ: Weeks #14 and 15 — Too Much To Do

My fourteenth and fifteenth updates as I seek to write a publication-worthy article on the Brethren in Christ and American Evangelicalism.
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A Pietist Perspective on “Staying Christ-Centered” in Christian Higher Ed

Some thoughts on Pietism and Christian higher education, courtesy of Bethel University prof (and Pietist Schoolman blogger) Chris Gehrz.
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Photo Friday: A Teacher and a Scholar

Today’s Photo Friday offers another preview of my forthcoming biography of Brethren in Christ theologian and church historian Luke L. Keefer Jr.
Luke L. Keefer Jr. teaches a course at Ashland Theological Seminary, the institution at which this Brethren in Christ theologian and church historian spent the majority of his career. (Courtesy of ATS) Continue reading

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Education Pioneer Ernest L. Boyer Remembered in New Memoir

Kay Boyer, author of a new memoir about her life with husband Ernest L. Boyer Sr., honored at a book reception on the campus of Messiah College.
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Brethren in Christ on the World Wide Web

A few Brethren in Christ-related links that caught my attention over the past weeks. Continue reading

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Brethren in Christ on the World Wide Web

A few Brethren in Christ-related links that caught my attention over the past weeks.

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Reflections on “Historic Religious Roots” Symposium

A belated report on my participation in the “Historic Religious Roots and the Future of Higher Education” symposium, held at Cedarville University in April 2014.
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