Logos, Skandalon, and a Christian Scholar's Task

From Christian Scholarship in the 21st Century: Prospects and Perils

Dr. Craig Slane presents his paper, which looks inside the world of Christian scholarship with his own take on the proper direction of such a task. Dr. Slane's paper also details an argument for the reconsideration of Justin Martyr's significance in Church history for the Christian academic doing theology today.

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  • Craig Slane  

    • Frances P. Owen Distinguished Professor of Systematic Theology, Simpson University

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