On Thursday, December 12, David Williams, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Azusa Pacific University and former Bethel professor, argued 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 universities on the relationship between faith and scholarship.
This is the seventh and final of a series of presentations on the topic of the Pietist Approach to Higher Education.
Watch the video to hear more.
- Williams’ early thoughts on Reformed and Pietist models of Christian education were published in the 1999-2000 Bethel Faculty Journal
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