Tom Ingebritsen became a Christian in the middle of his academic career as a biology professor at Iowa State University. As he was coming to faith and afterwards, he felt tension between his new faith and his knowledge of science. Dig into his series where he considers whether it is possible to believe in God in a modern scientific world.
“Sometimes I wonder if the church only wants me for my body.”Read an excerpt of Your Mind’s Mission by Greg Jao. The Emerging Scholars Network gave away 200 copies at InterVarsity’s Staff Conference ‘14.
Upon Mary Poplin’s return from visiting Mother Teresa, she soon discovered that God was calling her to serve the university world with the same kind of holistic service with which Mother Teresa served Calcutta.
Professor of History and Department Chair, Hope College
One of the joys in reading Paul Anderson’s Professors Who Believe is to see how many of the faculty who tell their stories recall the role of their own undergraduate and graduate-school professors in understanding a call to the academy and...