Social Constructivism and Christianity: A Disturbingly Short Guide to Everything

This short essay addresses the intersection between social constructivism and biblical Christianity. Includes consideration of the implications of this interaction for the development of intercultural competence among followers of Jesus. The primary audience is North American, though others may find the considerations herein to be useful and applicable to their context. More

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About Stephen W. Jones

Stephen W. Jones is an interculturalist who enjoys navigating the complexities faced by people engaged in international and cross-cultural work. He holds a Masters of Arts in Intercultural Relations from The University of the Pacific in conjunction with the Intercultural Communication Institute. He also holds undergraduate majors in business and religion.

Jones's introduction to teaching interculturally came when as he taught his first college course for an American university in while in Mali, West Africa. He has worked with groups involved in overseas study and service in Africa, Europe, Latin America, and Asia, as well as in various subcultures of the United States. In 2012 he was also responsible for overseeing a team of students who were in Mali, West Africa when that country experienced a coup d’état, and worked diligently to ensure a successful return home for those students.

Jones has rich personal experience in various cultural settings and in industries ranging from agriculture to hospitality to higher education to financial services. He has also worked significantly in the non-profit sector, particularly in the realm of community development. He brings a breadth of experience that allows the reader to engage his warm and practical writing.

Jones currently resides in Minnesota with his wife and children, where he also serves on the faculty of Crown College as Assistant Professor of International Studies.

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