Are you looking for something your new or continuing group can do together this semester? To support graduate and faculty groups this year in following Christ, we put together a list of weekly readings and manageable activities, starting mid-August and going through Thanksgiving. We’re all moving toward the unknown this fall. We don’t know what […]
When you hear the term “critical junctures” at the beginning of an academic year, your mind may go to the decisions that may have important consequences for your academic career—the choice of an advisor, defining a research interest, or deciding which journal to which you submit an article. What about junctures in your faith journey?
Last week we got to see from the perspective of a dog exploring in the woods. This week I’m even more excited about the possibility of seeing the world from a beetle’s perspective.
In an ongoing series, Drew Trotter of the Consortium of Christian Study Centers is sharing his reflections on this year’s Academy Awards Best Picture Nominees.
How’s this for a science experiment? Take your dog for a walk in the woods, let them run around a bit, and have them come back. And that’s it; you’ve scienced!