CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE GLOBAL CONTEXT

Table of Contents

Nick Lantinga
Preface
Nick Lantinga
Opening comments

Opening Keynote

Nelly García Murillo
Christian higher education in a global context: Implications for curriculum, pedagogy, and administration

Banquet Address

John Hulst
Highlights of IAPCHE's history

Track 1 "How can Christian higher education bridge the gaps between competing cultures/worldviews?"

B. J. van der Walt
How to explain and evaluate cultural differences from a Reformational-Christian perspective
Clinton Stockwell
Fundamentalisms and the shalom of God: An analysis of contemporary expressions of fundamentalism in Christianity, Judaism, and Islam
Cristian Buchiu
Response to Clinton Stockwell
Daniel S. Shishima
Response to Clinton Stockwell
Moshe Rajuili
Developing a curriculum, employing a pedagogy, and an administration of Christian higher education that addresses competing worldviews in Southern Africa
Adrian A. Helleman
Response to Moshe Rajuili
Peter Tze Ming Ng
Response to Moshe Rajuili
José Ramón Alcántara-Mejía
Transculturizing the humanities in Christian higher education
Douglas G. Campbell
Response to José Ramón Alcántara-Mejía
R. Ruard Ganzevoort
Teaching religion in a plural world
Musa A. B. Gaiya
Response to R. Ruard Ganzevoort
Elisabeth Hulscher
Response to R. Ruard Ganzevoort

Track 2 "What can Christian higher education do to promote educational well-being?"

Faith W. Nguru
What can Christian higher education do to promote educational well-being in Africa?
Susan S. Hasseler
Response to Faith W. Nguru
Lizette F. Knight
Productive pedagogy among Asian learners
Margaret Edgell
Response to Lizette F. Knight
T. Stephen Tangaraj
Response to Lizette F. Knight
Darrel W. Hilbrands
The task of redeeming the educational process in Mexico
Susheila Williams
Response to Darrel W. Hilbrands
Doug Blomberg
New wineskins: Subverting the "sacred story" of schooling
David MacPherson
Response to Doug Blomberg
Samson Makhado
Response to Doug Blomberg

Track 3 "How does Christian higher education connect kingdom citizenship to specific regional issues and crises?"

Henk Jochemsen & Johan Hegeman
Equipping Christian students to connect kingdom citizenship to issues in today's societies
Sergio Saavedra Belmonte
Response to Henk Jochemsen & Johan Hegeman
Tom Larney & George A. Lotter
The parental role in establishing Christian values as the starting point of kingdom citizenship in an African (South African) context
Perry L. Glanzer
Response to Tom Larney & George A. Lotter
Stan L. LeQuire
Response to Tom Larney & George A. Lotter
J. Emmanuel Janagan
Impact of Christian higher education in bringing social change in the life of Dalits in South India
Samuel P. Ango
Response to J. Emmanuel Janagan
John Hiemstra
Response to J. Emmanuel Janagan
Jeffrey P. Bouman & Lauren Colyn
Ways that the pedagogy and philosophy of service-learning can be useful in teaching students in international contexts.
Ken Bussema
Response to Jeffrey P. Bouman & Lauren Colyn
Premalatha Dinakarlal
Response to Jeffrey P. Bouman & Lauren Colyn

Research Expo

M. Elaine Botha
Metaphor and embodiment: New perspectives on cognition and meaning

Closing Keynote

Joel Carpenter
Christian higher education as a worldwide movement

Nick Lantinga & Anne Maatman
IAPCHE: Where we are today
Contributors