New Calvin Shorts
(August 15, 2016)
James D. Bratt
This book stems from the course on early American history that Professor Bratt taught for many years at Calvin College. It traces the roots of American diversity back to the earliest European and African settlements along the Atlantic shore. It follows the development of five distinct regions that would eventually converge in the young United States, identifying the strengths, vulnerabilities—and arguments—that each contributed to the new nation. Learn more.
Christians and Cultural Difference
(June 1, 2016)
David I. Smith and Pennylyn Dykstra-Pruim
Understanding cultural differences is a basic life skill for all of us, not just for missionaries or world travelers. Christians and Cultural Difference offers an overview of how Christians have been rethinking their relationship to others and otherness, why we reach across cultural lines, and why we should. Learn more.
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