Ideas and Creations

The ideas and viewpoints expressed in the posts on the Ideas and Creations blog are solely the view of the author(s). Luther College's mission statement calls us to "embrace diversity and challenge one another to learn in community," and to be "enlivened and transformed by encounters with one another, by the exchange of ideas, and by the life of faith and learning." Alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends of the college are encouraged to express their views, model "good disagreement" and engage in respectful dialogue.


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Learning Globally

Loren Toussaint, Luther professor of psychology and associate director of the Sierra Leone Forgiveness Project, reflects on his "study abroad" experience in the historic town of Coburg, Germany and how global learning can benefit us in more ways than one.

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Gereon Kopf


Training or education: a plea for the liberal arts

While many recognize the value of educating students in trade skills and STEM, some argue for these fields of study to the detriment of the liberal arts and humanities. As the Luther community discusses the unique challenges of maintaining its identity as a Norwegian college of the church in the 21st century, Professor Kopf shares his thoughts on protecting the liberals arts.

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