Dialogic Discourse: Christian Scholars Engaging the Larger Academy

Harold Heie


While commending the current primary means for Christian scholars to engage members of the larger academy through publications and conference presentations, Harold Heie proposes the increased use of dialogic discourse that starts with Christian scholars seeking to develop personal relationships of mutual trust with other scholars. He provides a number of examples where this interpersonal approach has enabled Christian perspectives to gain a fair hearing in the larger academy. Mr. Heie is a Senior Fellow at the Center for Christian Studies at Gordon College and the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities.


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