Autism and the Christian Community: Why Awareness Isn’t Enough
In honor of Autism Acceptance Month, Ling Austin ’22 reflects on why autism awareness is not as powerful or as needed as autism acceptance.
If Ever I Loved Thee, My Jesus, ‘Tis Now
As followers of Christ around the world sing hymns to honor his death and resurrection this Holy Week, Gordon alumna and staff member Jessica Vandervort ’20 offers a personal reflection on one particular hymn that is near and dear to many in the Gordon community.
Immersive Expressions of Holy Week
Three Gordon artists contributed works to a performance of Handel’s Messiah, each representing one of the soprano arias.
For Modern Democracies to Survive, We Must Rally Behind Universal Human Dignity
Anthropologist Dr. Robert Hefner believes that Christians and Muslims will to be central in protecting modern democracies from culture wars—if they can guide societies toward a shared belief in universal human dignity.
Crime Scenes, Raisin Bread and the Universe
For the 2022 Herrmann Lecture Series, astrophysicist and biblical scholar Dr. Perry Phillips looked back in time at the Big Bang through a lens of Christian faith.