On January 23 Gordon’s Center for Faith and Inquiry (CFI) hosted its first event of the semester on its year long theme of “The one and the many.” Ivy George, professor of sociology, explained in her talk, “Oneing and Hospitality” the beginnings of a new project that examines the Christian’s role of hospitality in restoring our country to peace and unity through the concept of “oneing.” To restore our relationships with each other, we first need to restore our relationship with God and our posture towards gratitude and wonder.
Hannah Donnelly `21, Anne Shearer `24, Kellyn Burden `24 and Libby Trudeau `24, are making a Christian discipleship book, originally written in Spanish by Dr. Guillermo Mac Kenzie, accessible for English-speaking Christians and English readers interested in Christianity.
Carolina França ’24 just returned from COP28 in Dubai where she met Christians, Muslims and individuals from around the world who are currently suffering from climate-related tragedies all too familiar to her.
“In losing the practice of being curious about the mystery of God we might be disregarding components of God’s essential nature, manifest through Christ. And what if losing the practice of seeing God this way means that we also lose the practice of viewing each other this way?”
Gordon’s Graduate Public Health program has added certificates in Leadership and Health Management, Community Health and Epidemiology. The Graduate School of Education has added a certificate in the Science of Reading.