The Baylor Project: Taking Christian Higher Education to the Next Level
edited by Barry G. Hankins and Donald D. Schmeltekopf
St. Augustine’s Press, 2007
(352 pages, $30.00, hardcover)
reviewed by Brad Green
Edited by two Baylor professors (one also an administrator), The Baylor Project was meant to be published by the university’s press as a pro-and-con look at the legacy of Robert Sloan, a New Testament scholar who served as president of Baylor University from 1995 to 2005, and of the attempt to make Baylor a “world-class” university, which began under his predecessor, Herbert Reynolds.
Reynolds fought the printing of the book, sending an odd message to t . . .