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The Epistemic Responsibilities of the University

24 May 2016 | Rene van Woudenberg

The universities’ first and foremost responsibilities are epistemic in nature, i.e. responsibilities pertaining to the acquisition of knowledge, rational belief, insight, understanding, wisdom. In order to shoulder these responsibilities it is absolutely necessary that certain values be acknowledged—values that especially in the university seem to be under constant attack.

In what ways are long-term missionaries more effective than short-term?

29 May 2015 | Ajith Fernando

Ajith Fernando answers the question "In what ways are long-term missionaries more effective than short-term?" related to his talk "How Can European Missionaries Contribute to World Mission Today" given at the 2015 European Leadership Forum.

What are God's antidotes to fear in ministry?

23 May 2016 | Avi Snyder

Avi Snyder, European Director, Jews for Jesus, answers the question "What are God's antidotes to fear in ministry?" related to his talk "The Fears That Shut Our Mouths" given at the 2016 European Leadership Forum.

How can we advocate for religious pluralism and freedom of conscience in Europe?

Christel Lamère Ngnambi, Brussels Representative, European Evangelical Alliance, answers the question "How can we advocate for religious pluralism and freedom of conscience in Europe?" related to her talk "Advocacy and Religious Freedom in Europe" given at the 2016 European Leadership Forum.