Christian Faith and Life
From 1996-2009, the Christian Faith and Life Grant Program supported research projects by academics and pastors that
attempted to bring the resources of the ethical, liturgical, and doctrinal wisdom of the Christian faith into closer relation to the daily lives of practicing
Christians, describe more fully how the Christian faith is actually lived by contemporary Christians of various ages, circumstances, and traditions,
and make more accessible to religious believers the themes of Christian faith in relation to the realities of their contemporary lives.
The Christian Faith and Life Grant Program sought to:
Identify pastors and academics already working on these issues,
Encourage others to develop research projects that
would advance our thinking in this area, and
Generate a broader conversation in the American
academic and church communities about the nature of
and challenges to Christian faith and life in the contemporary world.
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