Please take the time to check out part I, part II, and part III of an article I’ve posted at my other [well-intentioned but perpetually neglected] blog entitled “Should libraries ever be ‘neutral’? Can any library? One Christian’s perspective” – even if you aren’t interested in the topic! : )
I would love for word to get out on this one. If you know of persons who might be interested in this topic, please forward this post or the link below, which summarizes the article.
As some readers of this blog may know, I am a librarian at Concordia University St. Paul.
This series of posts is basically a response to the book Libraries and the Enlightenment. After reading the posts, the author of that book, Princeton librarian Wayne Bivens-Tatum (who also writes the well-known blog the Academic Librarian), said “We seem to be the perfect foils for each other”
I have also produced a summary of the article at Concordia University library’s blog, and that link is here.