Eric Schansberg

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Gender MALE
Industry Education
Occupation Economics Professor
Location Jeffersonville, Indiana, United States
Introduction First and foremost, I am saved by God's grace as manifested most clearly through the atoning death of Jesus Christ-- and thus, adopted into His family. As a result, I increasingly seek to extend His grace to others in my daily life. On the home front, I am a husband and father to four young boys (two by adoption and two the more conventional way). Professionally, I am an economist who loves to teach and is active in public policy circles. Vocationally, I am an active writer and the author of three books (one on the book of Joshua; two on public policy-- one secular, one Christian). Finally, I am the co-author of a 21-month discipleship curriculum, Thoroughly Equipped, for developing competent lay-leaders in the Church.
Interests baseball, Bible study, biking with family, board games, bridge, camping, reading
Favorite Movies of films that would not typically make a list like this: Grand Canyon, North by Northwest, Parenthood, Princess Bride, Raising Arizona, Rear Window, Spitfire Grill
Favorite Music Casting Crowns
Favorite Books Catch-22, Prayer for Owen Meany, any Bible commentary by John Stott, Divine Conspiracy and Spirit of the Disciplines by Dallas Willard, Revelation: Four Views by Steve Gregg, The Enigma of Anger, Heaven by Randy Alcorn, Desiring God by John Piper, Saving Life of Christ, The Normal Christian Life, Inside Out by Larry Crabb, Turn Neither to the Right nor to the Left, In Pursuit of Happiness and Good Government, Abortion Rites, Tragedy of American Compassion, Idols for Destruction, Losing Ground (Charles Murray), Scandal of the Evangelical Mind, Darwin on Trial, Franny and Zooey, Animal Farm, The Two Covenants (Andrew Murray), Grief Observed, Screwtape Letters, Mere Christianity, Great Divorce, Everlasting Man, Orthodoxy (Chesterton), Between Heaven and Hell (Kreeft), Case for Faith (Strobel), Buechner's books of definitions, Amazing Grace: A Vocabulary of Faith (Norris), John Feinstein's books are a nice light read, The Second Coming (Percy), Power and the Glory (Greene), Dying to Win (Pape), Roaring Lambs, Naked Public Square