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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