Highlights from Francis Su’s webinar “The Integration of Faith and the Academic Calling.”
Seeing Anew This Year
As we ring in the New Year, much ink will be spilled, again, on New Year’s resolutions and promises. Frankly, I gave up on New Year’s resolutions long ago, as I realized that they didn’t make much difference in my life anyway.
Community, Excellence, and Joy, Part 2 (Closing Interview, Faithful Is Successful series)
ESN: One of the largest themes of the series has to do with issues of faith and ambition. It seems that God has called us to do our best work for Him, and yet He’s also called us to seek humility and associate with the humble. Any further thoughts on navigating that tension?
Success: Thy Will – Or My Will – Be Done?
What is your greatest fear as you move through your academic or professional training? (Seriously. Please take a moment and give it some thought before reading on.)
Scholar’s Compass: Academics and Humility
In academics emphasis is frequently placed more on how much one knows, rather than on the process of learning. An environment geared towards test-taking and preeminent reputations can easily take us far from humility, especially if a rigid certainty is elevated above inquiry.