by Timothy W. Herrmann, Kristen D.Tehaken, Hannah M. Adderley, & Morgan K. Morris
The reshaping of our cultural and social landscape continues, creating unprecedented opportunities. But one question remains: Is a life of faith worth embracing?
A Faith for the Generations explains how a Christian campus, a classroom, or even a simple mentoring relationship can flourish and serve in passing on faith to today's emerging adults.
The essays included in this monograph cover a variety of topics related to the theme originally addressed at the 2014 Taylor University Higher Education Symposium: "A Faith for the Generations: How Collegiate Experience Impacts Faith." After this brief introductory chapter, the monograph—as did the symposium—begins with an interview with Christian Smith, previously noted as a key voice in the current dialogue regarding emerging adult spirituality. This interview is not only insightful, but it also creates an excellent context for what follows in subsequent chapters.
Timothy W. Hermann is the graduate director and professor of Higher Education and Student Development at Taylor University.
Kirsten D. Tenhaken is graduating this May 2015 from Taylor University with a Master of Arts in Higher Education and Student Development.
Hannah M. Adderley is graduating this May 2015 from Taylor University with a Master of Arts in Higher Education and Student Development.
Morgan K. Morris will complete her Master of Arts in Higher Education and Student Development from Taylor University in May 2016.
Dimensions (inches): 9 x 6
Weight (pounds): 0.55