Featured Book Series: *Confessing History* Fea, Green, and Miller

Readers of the CFH Grad Blog will be interested to know about the recent release of *Confessing History: Explorations in Christian Faith and the Historian’s Vocation* by three CFH former board members, John Fea (Messiah College), Jay Green (Covenant College), and Eric Miller (Geneva College).

Confessing History: Explorations in Christian Faith and the Historian's Vocation

The book is a collection of essays by several CFH members, addressing the issues at the heart of our organization.  According to the book’s preface, “Written from several different theological and professional points of view, the essays contained in this book constitute a free-ranging conversation about the vocation of the historian and its place in both the personal lives of Christian disciples and Christ’s Kingdom at large.” (p. xi)

The book has a direct link to the mission and purpose of the CFH, to help Christians who are historians pursue their calling.

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2 Comments on “Featured Book Series: *Confessing History* Fea, Green, and Miller”

  1. Colin Chapell Says:

    As an ABD student preparing to defend this spring, I can say that many of the essays gathered into this volume have helped to think about the ways in which my teaching should reflect my faith. There truly are many perspectives gathered in there, but all of them are thought provoking. (For full disclosure, I should probably also say that Jay Green was my undergrad advisor at Covenant College!)


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