“What does it mean for us to provide care that’s different,” muses Dr. Sean Clark ’88 (kinesiology), center and research director for the CBMW, “that’s compassionate, that shows Christ’s love in the moment?”
Last weekend, Gordon hosted Dr. Francis Collins, the physician-geneticist known for leading the Human Genome Project, for a public lecture on gene editing.
The Jerusalem and Athens Forum (JAF) debate has become a tradition here at Gordon. As a highlight of Symposium week, JAF students both defended and disproved the notion that “The American ideals of ‘life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness’ are compatible with a biblical worldview.”
“There are a number of ways we can respond to injustice,” Worthington said, addressing the Gordon community during the Franz Lecture that took place this week on Tuesday, March 20.
Dr. Evangeline Cornwell (biology) and Dr. Andrew Logemann (English language and literature) have been awarded two-year fellowships at Oxford for a conference around the topic of biotechnology and faith.