“My own eyes are not enough for me, I will see through those of others.”
The mission of the English Department is to produce graduates who can speak and write for various audiences and purposes with clarity, creativity, and sound research according to the Biblical worldview.
The English Department will produce graduates who are able to:
• Develop and execute original research projects following appropriate and ethical practices.
Director of the Clark Academic Center; Instructor of English
Department Chair of English, TESOL Coordinator, Assistant Professor of English
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English Department Blog
How should Christians react to cultural changes?
How should Christians react to cultural changes? Since the 1960’s, Americans have seen numerous social norms change or disappear. What is the impact of this? Does it mean freedom from outdated ideas or does it create new problems? Surely some norms need to change, but...
What are the pitfalls of gaming?
What are the pitfalls of gaming? Throughout history, people have played games. But today’s “gaming” options are more abundant than any other time in history. This raises questions for many: Are there pitfalls to some games, but not others? Are there “fake” pitfalls to...
Should Christians go to college?
Should Christians go to college? For a Christian young person graduating from high school, should a Christian college be the obvious next step? Should Christians go to non-Christian universities—is that ever a good idea? How does the rising cost of college factor into...
Are YOU being seduced by unbiblical ideas?
Are YOU being seduced by unbiblical ideas? What are the most seductive ideas being embraced by Americans? This question was recently explored by the Arizona Christian University’s Christian Research Center. They then released The American Worldview Inventory 2023: A...
What if an archeologist found the bones of Jesus?
What if an archeologist found the bones of Jesus? According to the recent Ligonier “State of Theology” study 10% of those who self-identify as “evangelical” disagree with the statement: “Biblical accounts of the physical (bodily) resurrection of Jesus are completely...
Is there anything good about gaming?
Is there anything good about gaming? Why would the Chairmen of two Christian university departments waste their time on gaming? Shouldn’t they be studying, writing and lecturing? Shouldn’t they be discouraging their students from participating in pointless activities?...
Is it healthy for a Christian to doubt?
Is it healthy for a Christian to doubt? Is there really a God? Is the Bible really His perfect revelation? How can God be good when He allows people to suffer? Especially when we are going through difficult things, it is common to experience doubt. Is that wrong? Is...