Announcing the Winner 2016 Arlin G. Meyer Prize
The Arlin G. Meyer Prize is awarded biennially to a fulltime faculty member from a college or university in the Lilly Fellows Program National Network. Work that exemplifies the practice of the Christian artistic or scholarly vocation in relation to any pertinent subject matter or literary and artistic style will be considered. The prize will be awarded in different years for works of creative imagination and for works of scholarship. The 2016 Arlin G. Meyer Prize will reward the author of a work of academic nonfiction that emerges from his or her practice of the vocation of the Christian scholar, in accord with the principles and ideals of the Lilly Fellows Program.
The Prize honors Arlin G. Meyer, Professor Emeritus of English at Valparaiso University, who served as program director of the Lilly Fellows Program in Humanities and the Arts from its inception in 1991 until his retirement in 2002.
The Prize of $3000 was awarded at the Lilly Fellows Program National Conference at Augsburg College, October 14-16, 2016.
Winner of the 2016 Lilly Fellows Program Arlin G. Meyer Prize
Visual Arts in the Worshiping Church
By Lisa J. DeBoer
Professor of Art, Westmont College
Fundamental Theology: A Protestant God and Moral Obligation The Slain God: Anthropologists
Perspective By C. Stephen Evans & the Christian Faith
By Matthew L. Becker University Professor, Baylor University By Timothy Larsen
Professor of Theology Oxford University Press, 2014 Carolyn and Fred McManis
Valparaiso University ISBN: 978-0198715375 Prof. of Christian Thought
Bloomsbury T&T Clark Softcover: $45.00 Wheaton College (IL)
ISBN: 978-0567568335 ISBN: 978-0199657872
Softcover: $39.95 Softcover: 29.95