On February 5 the Center for Faith and Inquiry and the Princemere Writers Series collaborated to invite Irish poet Micheal O’Siadhail, who presented his own approach to navigating questions of self and service—poetry. An internationally acclaimed and award-winning sonneteer, his newest book Desire asks, what is it that we really desire, and what is truly worth desiring?
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.
Gordon College’s 130th Commencement graduated 339 undergraduate students and 121 advanced degrees on May 14, 2022.
Three Gordon artists contributed works to a performance of Handel’s Messiah, each representing one of the soprano arias.
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.