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Contents, September/October 1999:
- The Courage to Teach Well
- Three experts from Texas A&M UniversityÂ¹s Center for Teaching Excellence collaborate in an article about teaching excellence. They set forth principles for effective teaching, and appeal to faith in Christ as the inner resource and motivation for excellence in teaching.
- A Book Review with a Purpose
- Dr. Walter Bradley, a respected professor of mechanical engineering at Texas A&M, has pioneered many ministry tools used by university faculty on campus. Here he explains how one can use the book Finding God at Harvard to expose colleagues to the Christian worldview.
- The Hidden Cost of a Ph.D.
- Professor Don McDonald explains how he came from years of fulltime Christian work to pursue a Ph.D. in sociology, and how that pursuit cost him the "loss" of his faith. This is the story of how that fall happened and what brought him "home" again.
- The Integration of Our Callings
- The director of Christian Leadership Ministries, Mike Duggins, briefly explains two callings of a Christian professor and how this issue of The Real Issue illustrates those callings..
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