With both sorrow and joy, we announce that Tom Grosh IV will be transitioning to a new role as an area director with CMDA (Christian Medical and Dental Association) in South Central Pennsylvania, and I will be carrying on the vision and mission of ESN. Sorrow, because Tom is an amazing colleague who has grown ESN into a vibrant ministry with a strong model, and I will miss him immensely. Joy, because Tom is moving on to another wonderful opportunity to serve Christ and still plans to do some volunteer writing with ESN, and joy also because I am deeply excited to grow the vision, mission, and model Tom has built at ESN.
1. Science in Review: Thor, Thanos and Theology by Andy Walsh 2. A Prayer for Those Finishing a Semester by Hannah Eagleson 3. How should Christians in the sciences choose an epistemology? (STEAM Grant Series) by Jim Stump. . . .
Thank you for making 2012 a great year for the Emerging Scholars Blog! Among our posts published last year, our top 10 most read posts includes a typical mix of advice for graduate school, spiritual formation, and, well, aliens: Nicholas Wolterstorff: Advice to Those Who Would Be Christian Scholars Henri Nouwen: From Loneliness to Solitude 13 […]
Periodically, we like to look back to see what our most popular posts have been. We did this in 2009, in July 2010, and again last December. You can also see a running log of our top posts. Popularity isn’t everything, but Tom and I like to keep tabs on what generates interest and spurs […]
Today, we’re announcing a few changes to the Emerging Scholars Blog: We’re now going to post twice a week, with Mike posting on Tuesdays and Tom posting on Thursdays. For the time being, we’re retiring the Friday Week in Review feature. Instead, we’ll be sharing links throughout the week on the ESN Facebook page and on […]