“My own eyes are not enough for me, I will see through those of others.”
The mission of the English department is to train graduates who can write effectively, creatively, and persuasively and who reflect the image of God with sound thinking, artful expression, thoughtful literary analysis, and a commitment to the Biblical worldview.
The English Department will produce graduates who are able to:
• Demonstrate an ability to think critically, consider the merits and flaws of opposing viewpoints. and synthesize responses.
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 do we know what we think we know? Can we really know what is true? How do we know what we think we know? In other words, what is the worldview of Postmodernism and on what is it based? Calvary’s Dr. Joshua Paxton invited Calvary University graduate student, Joshua...
What’s the best way to minister to children? Anyone following the news about concerns over school curriculum, traumatic events at schools, adult agendas being pushed on children and youth in schools and in the community, and the documented mental health crisis being...
How can Christians be faithful in a negative world? At one time, the Church in America lived in a positive world—a culture that was positive toward the Bible, respected clergy, and considered the Church to be a force for good in the world. But times have changed. We...
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 Does it mean freedom from outdated ideas or does it create new problems?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? 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? 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? 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...