Moral Psychology’s Role as an Aid Against Antagonism
Looking at the foundations of morality can lead to the source of division and help us overcome it.
Talking in a Different Tone
When it comes to civil discourse on difficult issues, CCCU institutions aim for higher ground.
The Power of Experience
Visiting the CCCU’s Uganda Studies Program reaffirmed the need for Christian off-campus programs.
Breathing as Vocation
Our everyday interactions are powerful opportunities to connect with and share God’s power.
Morgan Feddes Satre
Feasting and the Great Commandment
Experiential education helps us become people rooted firmly in our Christian faith.
Shirley V. Hoogstra
From Senior Project to Best-Seller
How a CCCU alumna’s novel is changing perspectives.
Interview with Angie Thomas
'How to Think' Is an Excellent, Welcome Resource
This is a substantial primer on the hard work of thinking.
Review by Mark Hijleh
‘Divided We Fall’ Offers a Needed Exercise in Evangelical Ecumenicism
The book offers a model for fostering church oneness.
Review by Christopher T. Bounds
The Posterity Gospel
Our Gospel call is not about us; it’s about the generations that come after us.
For Such a Time as This
CCCU graduates are uniquely prepared to share truth in every aspect of society.
Shirley A. Mullen
Navigating the Evangelical Identity Crisis
The key is making sure our identity is first a reflection of Jesus, says Mark Labberton.
Interview with Mark Labberton
Our Commitment to Pluralism Should Not Waver
It is important to ensure that the marketplace of ideas remains open to all.
Unlocking a Brighter Future
Christian higher education can transform the lives of millions of Americans with a criminal past.
The Key to Evangelicals’ Future May Be in the Past
Engaging the next generation of evangelicals will require more than forward thinking.
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