Act III of Shakespeare’s King Lear gets to me every time.
Love Your Academic Discipline
Scholar’s Compass Navigating Knowledge: Creativity That Delights
What do chemistry and Tolkien have in common? Dave Vosburg explains at #ScholarsCompass
Navigating Knowledge: The Conflict of Gratitude and Equality
Love Your Academic Discipline Offer hospitality to one another without grumbling. Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms. – I Peter 4:9-10 (NIV) Reflection I have recently been analyzing large datasets of appreciation for research on cooperation and diversity online. I used […]
Scholar’s Compass Navigating Beginnings: Learning Scholarly Virtues from the Iliad
Bethany Bear loves teaching the Iliad because it depicts the play and conflict of so many fundamental human values: friendship, fame, and more. Read about the scholarly virtues she learns from the Iliad.
Navigating Beginnings: Glory-Seeking Ministry in the Academic Life (Scholar’s Compass)
Physics Professor W. Brian Lane on how he came to see teaching physics as a way of seeking God’s glory.