The Loss of Judeo-Christian Knowledge
Edited By Barry Kanpol and Mary Poplin
Christianity and the Secular Border Patrol: The Loss of Judeo-Christian Knowledge centrally looks at how secular universities have dominated academic knowledge on the one hand and have also been a part of bias against Christian academics on the other. Authors generally ask for borders of understanding and collegial dialogue to bridge gaps of knowledge that exist because of this bias. Theoretical analysis and narratives from the field describe how overcoming extreme theoretical positions may allow for productive knowledge construction and a more harmonious relationship within the culture wars of our times, especially in higher education.
2. Secular Privilege: Deconstructing the Invisible Injustice (David R. Hodge)
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2. Secular Privilege: Deconstructing the Invisible Injustice
DAVID R. HODGE
As Martin Luther King Jr. (1992 , p. 85) observed, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” Human beings are—in a certain sense—interconnected. Injustice that affects one person directly, affects everyone indirectly. Conversely, ameliorating injustice by creating a more equitable society benefits everyone.
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