We’re thrilled to share this new InterVarsity reading group welcoming all scholars to discuss what it means to work toward human flourishing in harmony with God and each other. This opportunity is sponsored by our colleagues in InterVarsity’s Black Scholars and Professionals (BSAP) network, part of Graduate and Faculty Ministries (GFM). Find dates and details […]
Writing Exercises My Respect Muscles (Writing As a Spiritual Discipline Series)
In South Africa where I lived for many years, the basic “hello” greeting, sawubona, translates literally, “I see you.”
The Spiritual Act of Naming: Truth Telling in Writing (Writing As a Spiritual Discipline Series)
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.
Academic Lessons from the Life of Joseph
What can Christian academics learn from Joseph?
Plagiarism & the Faithful Presence?
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 […]