The Henry Institute is center for widely ranging scholarly projects, ongoing events and opportunities, and published work intended to advance the integration of faith and public life. Some of our past work is included below.
Where are North American churches on the issue of religious persecution?
A series of debates considering viewpoints from the left and right on contemporary Constitutional issues.
Chinese Protestants live within a politically oppressive but economically liberal regime... how should churches adapt?
Is there a role for Christian organizations in fostering good citizenship in Africa?
What effect do school choice policies have on private schools and on a robust education market in the U.S.?
Fourteen students worked on research projects with seven Calvin faculty members, studying various facets of the intersections of faith and public life.
Twenty students worked on research projects with eleven Calvin faculty members, studying various facets of the intersections of faith and public life.
The Henry Institute's history of encouraging students to become actively involved in academic research started numerous years ago. Check out the various students and projects.