3. A Shared Ethos

Confidence about unity in the way in which we pursue our shared mission: in a way that is consistent with our confession, so that we act with integrity.

2. A Shared Mission

Confidence about unity in our purpose and calling as Christians in the academy, as we are committed to the both/and of Christian scholarship and academic evangelism: a shared mission

1. A Shared Confession

For many years evangelical university ministries have identified matters such as the atonement, justification and the doctrine of Scripture as primary issues which provide a vision to celebrate as well as foundations and meaningful boundaries. ​But how are these relevant to the formation of a Christian mind, and the development of the Christian intellectual tradition? Are traditional articulations still tenable? More broadly, how can the concept of confessional boundaries survive within a context which takes academic freedom seriously?​

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