Between Two Worlds: Can There Be a Christian Univeristy?
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Owen Strachan has a good post here, reflecting on Kenneth Kantzer's assessment of Carl F. H. Henry. Kantzer thought that Henry's greatest failure was in not establishing his dream of establishing a "great Christian university--and his greatest achievement being his advocacy of Christianity as a compelling, viable world-and-life view.
A number of years ago D.A. Carson took up the former topic in his essay, “Can There Be a Christian University?” The Southern Baptist Journal of Theology 1:3 (1997): 20–38He proposed eight theses and four priorities (below), but read the whole thing for his explanations and various sub-points on what this would look like in terms of structure and vision.
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