Welcome to the page for Professing Christ: Christian Tradition and Faith-Learning Integration in Public Universities (Editors, Jonathan Pettigrew, Robert H. Woods Jr.; Foreword by Mark Noll; Preface by Tim Muehlhoff. This is a publication of Integratio Press, the CCSN’s imprint.
This book was released in July 2022. You can purchase it here. Instructor’s can request an examination copy here: [email protected]
This book is a collection of 18 authors across nearly as many chapters and institutions. The authors are Christians teaching public university settings. They share their stories about faith-learning integration in teaching, research, and administration. Mark Noll (Regent College) wrote the Foreword. Tim Muehlhoff (Biola University) wrote the Preface.
This page will also include instructional materials, including syllabi, that are used in association with this book.
Integratio Press has additional books planned for 2022-23, including a student version of Professing Christ where Christian graduate students at public institutions share stories about how they “keep the faith” in graduate school.
For more information about books from Integratio Press, please visit: https://www.theccsn.com/ccsn-books-integratio-press/
We publish books at the intersection between communication studies and the Christian faith. Books are edited by professors of communication who have published in the field. Our books are scholarly yet accessible and seek to build a bridge between the Academy and the Church. We have an academic line, a popular trade line, and a devotional line of books. For more information, contact [email protected]
Jonathan Pettigrew (PhD, Pennsylvania State University) is Associate Professor at Arizona State University who is dedicated to promoting health and preventing problem behaviors. His articles appear in the Journal of adolescent Research, American Journal of Community Psychology, Health Education, and Prevention Science.
Robert H. Woods Jr. (JD, PhD, Regent University) served as Professor of Communication and Media at Spring Arbor University for twenty years. He currently serves as the Executive Director of the Christianity and Communication Studies Network (www.theccsn.com). Robert previously served as the President of the Religious Communication Association. Learn more about Robert here: www.roberthwoodsjr.com