Katie Gilbert ’16 has received a Student Fulbright grant to study at the St. Ephrem Ecumenical Research Institute in India, where she will take courses in Syriac language and literature from top Syriac scholars.
Gordon’s Department of Education has been recognized by the National Council on Teacher Quality as one of the top 35 programs in the country for preparing future teachers in content mastery.
“For many of us westerners ‘China’s rise’ is a cliché. Nothing beats being there to drive home the relentless size, energy, travails and triumphs of this amazing nation.” —Stephen L. S. Smith, professor of economics 19 days…. Read More
“Churches, institutions, and individuals shaped by what began so many centuries ago face a daunting question: How in fact ought one to commemorate the Reformation five hundred years after the fact? It’s not an easy question to answer.”
This beautiful bell once hung in Boston’s Clarendon Street Baptist Church, where Adoniram Judson Gordon, the founder of Gordon College, served as pastor for 26 years. For many years after Gordon College moved from Boston to Wenham, it… Read More