Is Authority Always Constructed and Contextual?

The article “Is Authority Always Constructed and Contextual? A Classical Challenge to the Framework for Information Literacy” published in The Christian Librarian (volume 59, issue 2) has just been made available online:  http://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/tcl/vol59/iss2/6/.

Nathan Rinne, the author, comments:

“[this] article is a little heavier going, as it takes a relentlessly Socratic approach…. (note that my argument is constructed with the intent of being amenable to all kinds of persons, including those of a more secular orientation)

“…. in a blog post I just put up this morning, I also have put up a very rough draft of a proposed frame to replace “Authority is Constructed and Contextual”. Much work needs to be domailto:rinne@csp.edune here, and I invite feedback.”  (rinne@csp.edu)