This thirteenth volume of the Biblical Higher Education Journal, like those that came before, aims to enrich and elevate the practice of biblical ministry formation and professional leadership education through informed reflection and scholarly research.
- Larry McKinney draws on his decades of experience in Christ-centered higher education to consider future trends and how ABHE schools will respond to them.
- Matthew Steven Bracey challenges Christian educators to integrate the intellectual life and scholarship into their vocational self-identity. He shows that scholarship is not just compatible with one’s calling as a Christian educator but is compelled by that calling.
This volume of the Journal also contains seven reviews of books on a wide range of topics that relate to biblical higher education. Some of these books are more inspirational and theoretical in nature, while others are more practical.