We’re very excited to announce that full-time University of Minnesota students at the junior level and up (including grad and professional students) may now apply for a Colin MacLaurin Fellowship for the academic year 2013-2014. A MacLaurin Fellowship is a competitive and funded program offering select U of M students a rigorous, theologically-oriented curriculum designed to accompany and supplement the many degree programs of the University of Minnesota. (Students in any field may apply.)Read More »
Book Review of Where the Conflict Really Lies: Science, Religion, and Naturalism, by Alvin Plantinga. Written by Dr. Bryan Dowd, School of Public Health, University of Minnesota.
Starting this fall, MacLaurinCSF will offer a new Fellows Program, designed for undergraduate and graduate students. Our MacLaurin Student Fellows will gain an understanding of the problems posed by Western secularization, a working knowledge of the cultural and intellectual resources of the Christian faith for academia, practical experience wrestling through some of the current tensions in the faith and scholarship dialogue, and finally a call to (and a vision for) faithfulness in our public lives. Read More »
MacLaurinCSF, a Christian Study Center at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis-St. Paul, seeks two new part to full-time members of our staff team. MacLaurinCSF’s mission (strengthening Christian thinking by bridging church and university) has nurtured a dynamic work environment in which MacLaurinCSF staff along with University and community members seek to understand the implications of Christian faith for all of life—especially University life.Read More »