Part of the challenge in academia is that my success seems tied to my ‘expertise.’
tips for the academic's spiritual life
Humble awe brings us back to the original reason we chose to be academics in the first place—an amazing God and an amazing world of knowledge.
The deeper one gets involved in one’s academic discipline, the more one is shaped by that discipline and discipled into a certain way of being and thinking.
A major “spiritual occupational hazard” for an academic is thinking too much of yourself. This can show itself as pride and arrogance . . .
What might it mean to see the campus as a crossroads? As a place of intersection where the church and academia meet?