Developing a Christian Mind
It is sometimes said that a person has a good legal mind or a scientific mind. Likewise, references have been made to the American mind or African mind. Decades ago C.S. Lewis’ star student, Harry Blamires, famously lamented, “There is no longer a Christian mind.” What does it even mean to have a Christian mind in light of all the denominations and disagreements among believers? How does truth gleaned from other methodological inquiries synthesize into Christianity? This graduate level course offers students a way to think more accurately about everything. It touches everyday matters in practical life, every academic discipline, and every theological topic.
Key Questions To Be Explored:
What does it mean to think Christianly?
What is the interplay between intellectual formation and spiritual formation?
How does a gospel starting point shape knowledge in each academic discipline?