In this Table Talk, Tim Muehlhoff discusses the importance of perspective-taking. He explains the biblical foundation for it, as well as the need for it in our daily lives. He also goes over the value of cognitive complexity and how having multiple interpretations of an event/person is necessary in understanding another person’s perspective.
This Table Talk is from the Truth, Diversity, and Intellectual Freedom series.
In this Table Talk, Christina Lee-Kim discusses the idea of cultural humility. She explains how cultural humility is different from cultural competence, as well as why cultural humility is more beneficial for higher education, particularly in implementing diversity. This Table Talk is from the Truth, Diversity, and Intellectual Freedom series.
In this Table Talk, Dave Horner discusses the ability to have diversity of thought within a faith-based institution. He explores different viewpoints on diversity of thought in universities, examining both their strengths and weaknesses. He then provides a final viewpoint that he believes allows diversity while allowing one to hold firm to their faith and convictions. This Table Talk is from the Truth, Diversity, and Intellectual Freedom series.