Dr. Daniel Darko, professor of New Testament, explores the intersection of faith and cultural intelligence.
How the Clarendon Scholars program inspired Patrick Pires to serve his hometown.
Former pastor Eugene Kim ’97 wonders what would happen if the Church focused more on community and less on consumption.
An archivist and an intern made an unexpected discovery in Gordon’s Vining Rare Book Collection, possibly dating back between 2070–1658 B.C.
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.