Carlson, G. W.; Gehrz, Chris; Collins Winn, Christian
How has Pietism shaped the distinctive identity, mission, and values of Bethel University? Three Bethel faculty (co-editors of the recent publication The Pietist Impulse in Christianity) will share their perspectives and lead a discussion.
Drawing on his experiences and a 1976 proposal from Bethel president Carl Lundquist, Gehrz will explore the importance of off-campus study for a Pietist college: how it facilitates whole-person education, and how its autonomy makes it an ideal...
Pia Desideria, the seminal work of the Pietist movement, highlights several faith-based characteristics such as humility and the "priesthood of all believers" that seem critical to the work of developing "whole and holy persons" in the classroom....
Phyllis discusses two views of Christian higher education based on a chapter in the forthcoming book, edited by Christopher Gehrz, “Whole and Holy Persons: A Pietist Approach to Christian Higher Education.”
Dr. Zalanga will examine some specific historical events, social movements and teachings in the pietist tradition and draw some lessons and provide suggestions on what higher education administrators and faculty can do to translate pietist ethos...
Former Bethel professor David Williams (Azusa Pacific) argues that historian W.R. Ward's influential rewriting of the history of evangelicalism casts the Pietist impulse in a new light and can help reframe the values held by evangelical...
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