From the B&H Academic Blog
Oct 2, 2017
If you’re reading this and are an author in what is traditionally considered the “academic” space, you may be tempted to think that your audience is limited only to others in academia. Perhaps one day this would have been true. But, with the way the internet has made content available to many different groups of people, your work is now accessible to be read more than ever by people in your community or in your local church.
Social media has given lay people the ability to connect with Christian leaders, including Christian academics around the world, and they are taking advantage of this opportunity. Many in the academic space once viewed...
Jun 23, 2017
By Andrew Spencer
When people get nostalgic for their childhood, they are usually remembering a time when things seemed simpler. That does not mean life was actually less complex, typically just that they were shielded from some of the twists, confusions, and injustices in the world.
My life was simpler before I knew about the powerful impact racism has had in our nation. Even in my early years in the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) I was unaware of the racism that is at the very root of our denomination’s founding. I did not recognize that the racial homogeneity of my church was not simply a function of different preferences in music, but...
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