In this sixteenth issue, the Biblical Higher Education Journal continues its mission of promoting informed reflection and scholarly research on the practice of biblical ministry formation and professional leadership education. Biblical higher education fills a distinctive and important niche in the broader field of higher education by providing students the opportunity to integrate Christian faith and biblical teaching into their professional and ministerial preparation. This journal supports the mission of biblical higher education by providing a venue for publication of related research and a forum for thought and dialogue regarding the issues, trends, opportunities, and challenges facing biblical higher education.
This sixteenth volume includes contributions from seven authors who work at diverse institutions connected with the Association of Biblical Higher Education. This volume consists of two articles and five book reviews.
- Rob Lindemann provides a philosophical and theological analysis of critical theory and argues that it functions as a worldview for its proponents.
- Kim Parcher follows up on a previous article published in this journal that focused on biblical integration with business students. The author presents a model for other institutions that seek to promote biblical integration into professional programs.
The five book reviews in this volume touch on a variety of important topics related to biblical higher education. The authors summarize the contents of the books and advise readers on their potential usefulness.