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Glenn Sunshine is professor of early modern European history at Central Connecticut State University a Research Fellow of the Acton Institute and an instructor in the Centurions Program, a worldview training ministry of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview.
An award winning author, Glenn has published several books and numerous articles on history, theology, and culture online and on both sides of the Atlantic. His book Why You Think the Way You Do: The Story of Western Worldviews from Rome to Home (Zondervan, 2009) received the 2006 Acton Institute Book Grant. He is also a regular columnist for the Worldview Journal of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview.
Glenn has taught a variety of Bible, history, and worldview seminars and courses to churches around the U.S. and in Europe, as well as leading church retreats, seminars, and renewal weekends. He is featured on Acton Media’s “The Birth of Freedom,” a documentary released on DVD in 2008, and on “Doing the Right Thing,” an ethics curriculum released in 2011.
Glenn and his wife Lynn have been married for over 30 years. They have two children, Elizabeth and Brendan. They live in Newington, Connecticut.
on Aug. 17, 2013 :
Dr. Glenn Sunshine’s latest book, ‘The Image if God”, is compact but filled with knowledge and wisdom. This book helped me unpack the mystery of much talked about (but seldom explained) concept of what it is to be human as image bearer. I have always appreciated Dr. Sunshine’s books for his unique way of explaining topics in a concise manner; his perspectives are drawn from the scripture, history, and biblical worldview. In other words, the book is not only theologically sound but also offers the layers of history and practical applications, which are rare to come by in Christian books. The book contains 14 short chapters and each chapter ends with thought provoking questions for discussion. I am hoping to share this book with my small group in the future as a way of solidifying our understanding of biblical worldview.
(reviewed the day of purchase)