Should Christian Scholarship be Accountable to the Poor?

Speaker(s): Dan Oudshoorn, John Stackhouse
Date: November 13, 2008
Length: 68:47
Product ID: RGDL3842H

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In this Regent College Student Association Forum John Stackhouse and Dan Oudshoorn debate the purpose and end of Christian Scholarship.

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Dan Oudshoorn is a student at Regent College with extensive experience working with the poor and marginalized.

John G. Stackhouse, Jr.

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