Café Cook 10

These resources were compiled for this edition of Connections Review: Issue #10, Summer 2015.

Café Cook is a place where you can peruse a variety of links that we think are relevant to Christian faculty.  So grab a cup of coffee or a latte and browse what we have to offer this issue.

How Did We Get Where We Are?

    Analysis of Culture By A Variety of Prominent Christian Thinkers:   Our (ACI’s) Introduction to Cultural Analysis   

    A View From the Political Left: What’s Wrong With Public Intellectuals? & Partisan Review

What’s Going on in The Middle East?

    The Real History of the Crusades (Christianity Today)

    What ISIS Really Wants (The Atlantic)

    “The Atlantic’s Big Islam Lie...”  (Salon)

    Nonsense About Terrorism’s ‘Root Causes’ (CNN)

    You Can’t Understand ISIS if You Don’t Know the History of Wahhabism in Saudi Arabia (Huffington Post)

Upcoming (non ACI) Conferences of Possible Interest:

    Religious Epistemology in the 21st Century (SCP at Azuza Pacific University) March 20-21, 2015.

    4th Annual Center for Christian Thought Conference (at Biola University) May 8,9, 2015

    Christian Scholar’s Conference (at Abilene Christian University) June 3-5, 2015

    Evangelical Philosophical Society & Evangelical Theological Society Conference Nov. 17-19, 2015

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