Christian Scholars Review Vol. 45 No. 1 Fall 2015

3 INTRODUCTION TO THE ISSUE

REFLECTION AND RESPONSES
5 Reimagining Business Education as Character Formation
KENMAN WONG, BRUCE BAKER, AND RANDAL FRANZ,

25 Formation, Indoctrination, and Reactance: A Reply to Wong, Baker, and Franz
JASON STANSBURY

31 Formation of the Mind and Heart in Christian Universities
MITCHELL J. NEUBERT

35 A Response to “Reimagining Business Education as Character Formation”
TODD V. CIOFFI AND PETER J. SNYDER

41 A Response to “Reimagining Business Education as Character Formation”
BRUNO DYCK

49 A Response to “Reimagining Business Education as Character Formation”
NICHOLAS WOLTERSTORFF

55 Response to Neubert, Dyck, Stansbury, Cioffi and Snyder, and Wolterstorff
KENMAN WONG, BRUCE BAKER, AND RANDAL FRANZ

EXTENDED REVIEW
59 Infinitesimal: How a Dangerous Mathematical Theory Shaped the Modern World
MATTHEW DELONG

REVIEW ESSAY
63 Hobbit Hermeneutics: Politics and Philosophy in J. R. R. Tolkien’s Prose
TOM COPELAND

REVIEWS
79 PETER J. LEITHART, Gratitude: An Intellectual History
Reviewed by Kelly M. Kapic

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