About the Book

Consider No Evil: Two Faith Traditions and the Problem of Academic Freedom in Religious Higher Education by Brandon G. Withrow and Menachem Wecker is now available. Find out more…

Interview at Patheos for "Consider No Evil"

If you would like to know more about “Consider No Evil,” then check out this interview of one of its authors at Patheos.

Westminster Theological Seminary Continues to Remove Tenured Faculty

In Consider No Evil, several stories appear that involve faculty conflicts, but three served a case studies for one of my chapters—Shorter University, Cedarville University, and Westminster Theological Seminary. The latter, Westminster, is back in the new with the removal of…

"Consider No Evil" Now Available for Kindle

This weekend, “Consider No Evil: Two Faith Traditions and the Problem of Academic Freedom in Religious Higher Education” became available for Kindle.

"Consider No Evil" Now Available

Now available Amazon Cascade Books Consider No Evil: Two Faith Traditions and the Problem of Academic Freedom in Religious Higher Education is now available! Paperback is available with hardback and Kindle editions forthcoming… See what people are saying…. Endorsements “When students…

'Academic intolerance'

If a professor, who enjoys academic freedom protests the invitation of another speaker, is that necessarily hypocritical?

Brandon G. Withrow

Over the next year, my co-author (Menachem Wecker) and I will be working on our book, Consider No Evil: Two Faith Traditions and the Problem of Academic Freedom in Religious Higher Education and this blog will be our home for documenting this project….

Adam and Eve by Lucas Cranach the Elder

In a piece I wrote for The Huffington Post (“Can Evangelical Theology Evolve with Science”), I asked whether evangelical theology can adapt to scientific discoveries, giving particular attention to the discussion of an historical Adam and Eve. There are a growing…