humanities & social sciences

By Jeanne Petrolle

What can we learn from literature about how to navigate current social and political struggles? Jeanne Petrolle illuminates a path toward cultivating the strength and clarity to stand against systems of oppression.

By Jennifer Woodruff Tait

Historian Jennifer Woodruff Tait and her professor husband see a critical need for the study of history, but find the modern academic system all but incompatible with family life.

By Sally Bruyneel Padgett and Donna Martinson

An introduction to an extraordinary woman of faith and author of "Women’s Speaking Justified," a hallmark treatise on the defense of women’s right to teach and preach.

By Holly Ordway

Holly describes the role of literature in her coming to faith and the connection between her development as a teacher and her discipleship as a Christian.

By Naomi Haynes

An anthropologist of religion describes her experience with new believers in Zambia and how, as in the book of Acts, conversion brings a reexamination of culture.

By Ruth López Turley

Ruth López Turley inspires her students as she researches and teaches about inequalities in education, drawing inspiration from her own experience growing up in Laredo, Texas.

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