The issue of the place of learning in Christianity is both contentious and old. Christianity is a religion of revelation: Jesus Christ has come into the world to make known his Father by the Spirit; and this has from the beginning, for some, been taken to imply that Christians need have nothing to do with learning, with the disciplines of human knowledge, with culture—with what the world has to offer. Christianity is not of this world, and should have nothing to do with it: don’t think, just repeat—preserve!
|Title of host publication||Orthodox Christianity and Higher Education|
|Subtitle of host publication||Theological, Historical, and Contemporary Reflections|
|Editors||Anne Bezzerides, Elizabeth Prodromou|
|Publisher||University of Notre Dame Press|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|