For Gordon faculty, “practice what you preach” goes beyond a moral obligation to altruism. It often involves getting their hands dirty and feet wet in their unique fields in order to create their own artistic masterpieces. For the… Read More
In this political climate of widespread apathy among the electorate, where the two characters that prevailed to become America’s major party presidential candidates have the lowest favorability ratings to date, Dr. Sherratt contends there is still hope.
“You have to understand the Great Book—capital G, B—Great Book before you understand other books. Because you won’t understand Shakespeare that alludes to the Bible 550 times, or other ancient sources, until you really know sacred Scripture.”
The fall 2016 issue of STILLPOINT is hot off the press, right in the midst of an unusually contentious electoral season. What better time to ask Gordon’s political science faculty to weigh in?
For Hughes, an email from Miroslav Volf meant an invitation to present a paper and participate in a discussion on the “Future of Theology” at the Yale Center for Faith and Culture.