But all this begs the question: why would we put our thesis or research in God’s place anyway?
Scholar’s Compass Navigating Beginnings: Relying on God’s Strength and Blessing Others
I remember struggling with staying connected during my second year of graduate school.
Scholar’s Compass Navigating Beginnings: Overcoming Fear and Anxiety
I remember well that fall when I started graduate school–the excitement, the anticipation of starting something new. Orientation activities and faculty seminars inviting students to something big, something interesting, something important.
Why You Must Be Dying to be a Christian Scholar (2/2)
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 […]
Approaching a New Semester
Editor’s note: A powerful piece received a few weeks ago, I encourage you to join the author and myself in prayer for the new term. . . . I have to admit a certain fear as the new semester approaches. Not so much about the teaching itself. It’s a lot of work, but I’ve done […]