How Small Details Have Major Meaning in the Book of Job

From the foreboding, scorching east wind to stolen camels, the 2022 Tak Yan Lee lecture by Dr. Elaine Phillips explored the meaning behind details in the Book of Job.

New Fellows Program Honors Faculty Investment in Students’ Career Journeys

Jonathan Senning (computer science), Amy Brown Hughes (theology) and Evangeline “Angie” Cornwell (biology) were named the inaugural Vocation Faculty Fellows, a new award from the Career and Connection Institute.

New Endowed Chair Dr. Daniel Darko Continues Legacy of Interfaith Dialogue

Last week, Dr. Daniel Darko was installed as the first Wilson-Ockenga Endowed Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies—one of four endowed positions made possible by the Faith Rising campaign.

Delving into the Dokes Ministry Scholars, an Accelerated Pastoral Degree Program

Hear from the inaugural Dokes Ministry Scholars program director, Andrew Breton ’08, about his vision for Gordon’s new accelerated pastoral degree program, offered through a partnership with Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

5 Things You Didn’t Know About the Christmas Story

Because the journeys of Mary, Joseph and the magi only take up a few sentences in the Bible, there is much left to our imagination. To understand the risks Mary and Joseph took to bring the Messiah into the world and the lengths the magi went to just to meet him, The Bell interviewed biblical geographer Nicole DePue ’08.