ESN Writer Mark Hansard interviews John Walton, author of The Lost World of Adam and Eve.
Following his move to The Big Apple to serve with InterVasity’s Graduate & Faculty Ministry at NYU this fall, David is back to wrap up his series on Why You Must Be Dying to be a Christian Scholar. For earlier posts in the series click here and here. Take it away David! ~ Thomas B. Grosh […]
Last week I began to introduce myself and my understanding of the Christian scholar’s vocation by briefly outlining the controversy which marked my time as a student at Westminster Theological Seminary. (You can read last week’s post here.) This week I would like to share what I think were some of things I learned about […]
What am I, a nice campus minister, doing on a blog like this? I am neither a scholar nor the son of a scholar. I occupy no endowed chairs. I will be presented with no festschriften upon my retirement. Why, then, have I been asked to be a regular contributor here on the Emerging Scholars […]
Today is official the first day of summer in the Northern Hemisphere, which means, of course, it’s time for summer reading lists. Before I get to my own list: What’s on your summer reading list? I tend to follow Alan Jacobs’ advice and read according to whim, but here are a few books or series […]