Please consider making a donation today to the Society of Christian Scholars. We rely on the generous support of members and friends to provide the high quality resources, services, and community needed for Christian scholars worldwide to flourish and fulfill their calling in higher education.

Why Are Donations Needed?

Although the Society has membership dues, the dues have purposefully been kept as low as possible so cost will not be a barrier for Christian scholars wishing to join the Society. Further, because many scholars live and work in communities with limited economic resources, it is our goal to provide scholarships to those who cannot afford the dues. The dues alone, therefore, are not sufficient to fund the work of the Society. Just as Jesus relied on partnership with others who shared his vision (Luke 8:3), the Society depends on others to help fulfill the Society’s Purpose. John put the call to generosity in very practical terms, “If anyone has material possessions and sees his brother in need but has no pity on him, how can the love of God be in him?” (1 John 3:17) Your giving through the Society of Christian Scholars will have a broad and long-term impact in the lives of many Christian scholars and those influenced by their teaching, research, and service. A gift to the Society has a truly global impact for Jesus Christ. “A generous person will prosper; whoever refreshes others will be refreshed.” Proverbs 11:25
The Society of Christian Scholars is designed for those in tertiary institutions (“higher education” in some nations) that enroll both Christians and non-Christians (open-enrollment) because conversations occurring among Christian scholars in open-enrollment institutions differ from those serving in faith-based institutions. For instance, in faith-based institutions, truths of the Christian worldview are assumed and form the basis for research and conversation. In contrast, the vast majority of open-enrollment institutions embrace a plurality of worldviews, resulting in different conversations and research projects. It is in this pluralistic context that the Society of Christian Scholars is called to promote the Christian worldview.

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