I love Christian higher education. I have two degrees and spent time on three different campuses in three different states. I couldn’t begin to put a price tag on the skills, knowledge, insight, connections, processing abilities, and friends I acquired through this seven and a half year process. The interesting thing is though future students […]Read more "Education, Access, and the Future of Christian Learning"
I love traveling and I have been fortunate enough to do some of it. I’m also a complete geography/history nerd who lives reading about random stuff in other countries. Hence, I will from now on occasionally post about a place in the world I want to spend a decent amount of time. Why do did […]Read more "Travel for the Soul: Where I Want to Go and What I Might Learn There (Part 1)"
First, a little background . . . Recently, a student at Vanderbilt University was asked to resign membership from a Christian fraternity allegedly because he was a homosexual. This incident led to a period of introspection by university higher ups. This spring the big wigs rolled out a new directive. They call it the all-comer’s […]Read more "Are Mission and Inclusion Mutually Exclusive? A Few Considerations For Vandy’s Baptists"
There are a number of Old Testament passages modern readers often find disturbing. As someone who deeply loves the bible and the Old Testament, I desperately want everyone to understand it’s message of redemption and grace. So, let’s take a look at one such violent episode. The interpretive principles set forth here will I think […]Read more "Compassion Or The Cold Steel: A Case Study Of Old Testament Violence"
Sunshine Award by Michelle Scholz I would like to thank christiancopingwithsuicide.com, for nominating me for the Sunshine Blog Award. An award which is given to “bloggers who positively and creatively inspire others in the blogosphere.” All praise, glory and honor to the Lord! Thank you for the nomination. Please Check out this blog right away. Rules […]Read more "Sunshine Award"