When Jemar Tisby gave the final Convocation address of Black History Month, he outlined the three “colors of compromise” that enable racism.
In the Center for Faith and Inquiry Arts lecture, Lothlórien Distinguished Chair in the Fine Arts Bruce Herman reflected on how art can point us to God.
On Veterans Day, the Center for Faith and Inquiry hosted Rev. Dr. Paul Minor, who spoke about some of the challenges that military chaplains face as they bring the gospel beyond the walls of the church.
Seeking to keep the best elements of Homecoming on the virtual menu, Gordon created an event that reached a wider audience than ever.
This weekend at Homecoming, the College will hear from hymn writers Keith and Kristyn Getty of Getty Music, and Sheila Wise Rowe, author of Healing Racial Trauma: The Road to Resilience.