The Christian scholar, experiencing the redemptive love of God and welcoming the enriching perspective of divine revelation, accepts as part of his or her vocation the obligation not only to pursue an academic discipline but also to contribute toward a broader and more unified understanding of life and the world. This vocation therefore includes the obligation to communicate such an understanding to the Christian community and to the entire world of learning.


The Christian Scholar's Review is intended as a medium through which Christian scholars may cooperate in pursuing these facets of their tasks. Specifically, this publication has as its primary objective the integration of Christian faith and learning on both the intra- and inter- disciplinary levels. As a secondary purpose, this journal seeks to provide a forum for the discussion of the theoretical issues of Christian higher education. The Review is intended to encourage communication and understanding both among Christian scholars, and between them and others. The journal is peer-reviewed.

 


Christian Scholar's Review is an interdisciplinary academic journal that is published quarterly; it has an approximate circulation of 7500. This web page is maintained by Todd Steen, Department of Economics, Hope College, Managing Editor, Christian Scholar's Review, with the assistance of the Hope College Department of Computing and Information Technology.