“…to only a fraction of the human race does God give the privilege of earning one’s bread doing what one have gladly pursued free, for passion. I am very thankful.” –Fred Brooks
Imagine courteous but substantive dialogue between two presenters from different faith stances, and extended time for conversation and questions around tables.
One of my favorite Christmas books is The Other Wise Man, by Henry Van Dyke. Short and delightfully written, the fourth wise man never caught up with the three acclaimed wise men who gave gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh to the child Jesus. What a loser, one might even say. I’d like to propose […]
The Emerging Scholars Network is delighted to announce the launch today of a new podcast, Theology &. Many of our members have expressed interest in more theologically grounded conversations about faith and issues in our fields of study. We are delighted to co-sponsor this new effort toward that end. ____________________ Does academic research make a difference […]
We are excited to share the story of Dr. Wai Jia Tam, who is a graduate of the Public Health Program at Johns Hopkins. We are thankful both to Wai Jia and Bill Nelson, GFM Staff at Johns Hopkins for putting us in touch with Wai Jia. We hope it will encourage you to “wrestle […]