Image of campus courtesy of Point Loma Nazarene University. ESN frequently shares job announcements which may be of interest to our readers. Point Loma Nazarene University is currently seeking a tenure track assistant professor in physical chemistry. The Department of Chemistry at Point Loma Nazarene University (PLNU) in San Diego, California is seeking candidates for […]
Earlier this year, we posted a series by Julian Reese, UT-Knoxville Graduate and Faculty Minister, called “Incarnational Presence.” Having articulated a vision for Incarnational Presence in the last series, Julian Reese with Teresa Hooper discuss the habits or practices of an incarnational presence approach to ministry, proposing three “social imaginaries” that shape these habits. ____________________ […]
We’re excited to announce a new benefit of ESN membership! ESN members will receive a special discount off a subscription to Seminary Now [link is not for the ESN discount, information for which went out by email for ESN Members] a new online streaming platform with video courses from leading professors and teachers—in short sessions […]
A headline like “The mind does not exist” is meant to provoke strong reactions. It prepared me to disagree, so I was surprised to find myself thinking maybe there was some merit to the idea.
The Au Sable Institute is a Christian environmental education center in Mancelona, Michigan. This post is the fifth of five excerpts from the Au Sable Institute’s 2021 workbook Liturgies of Restoration¸ a five-week study on how our habits can shape us into people who serve, protect, and restore God’s earth. Additional practices and resources mentioned here may […]