2016 Biblical Higher Education Journal

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The Biblical Higher Education Journal is published annually by the Association for Biblical Higher Education,  The 2016 edition of the Biblical Higher Education Journal, Vol. XI, reflects the wide diversity found across biblical higher education.  This edition has five articles, as well as provides a number of book reviews that may be of interest to the biblical higher education community.

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The 2016 edition of the Biblical Higher Education Journal, Vol. XI, reflects the wide diversity found across biblical higher education:

  • Sylvia McDonald examines the affect of a dual enrollment program on other students.
  • Cynthia Tweedell and Harry Hall perform an analysis of the persistence of African-American adults in degree-completion programs.
  • Michael James explores the dynamics of population and immigration and its impact on ABHE schools.
  • Greg Long thinks about how students across ABHE develop epistemologically and how they should develop in this area as a result of a Bible college education.
  • Paul Hartog calls on librarians to develop a biblical, God-centered ethics.

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