In South Africa where I lived for many years, the basic “hello” greeting, sawubona, translates literally, “I see you.”
My desire to write comes from an experience of reading. I read a transforming word. As I am transformed, I wish to influence transformation in a confusing and unjust world.
What can Christian academics learn from Joseph?
As I read Stanley Fish’s Plagiarism Is Not a Big Moral Deal (NY Times Opinionator, 8/9/2010), two responses immediately came to mind. What do you think? (1) I disagree that every sin is learned. My own experience and that of raising my kids (and my own responses to raising them), indicate that there is something […]
Yesterday, I had the opportunity to hear a professor/practitioner of family medicine share how to address errors in the medical profession. Yes, the university hospital provides a unique environment for research, student-faculty-staff relationships, and connection with the world beyond the campus which it serves, but all members of the university community make mistakes (even sin). […]