“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.”
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.
As a Young Life Fellow at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Kika Ghobrial ’16 will earn a Master of Religion and Young Life staff associate training—and simultaneously work to establish a chapter in Lynn, Massachusetts.
To recognize the upcoming Jewish holiday, Gordon College’s own Evans Hall recently held a Passover Seder open to the entire student body. Resident assistants (RAs) Rachel Diomede ’18 and Patrick Shuman ’17 along with Dr. Marv Wilson, Harold… Read More
“What’s it like to play music in the Edward Jones Dome in front of 16,000 people? I mean, that’s just not a normal thing that happens in life, let alone to a kid from backwoods Vermont,” says Bryce Bachelder ’10, who was selected to be part of the highly competitive Urbana 2015 worship team.