Stephanie Paulsell teaches at Harvard Divinity School.
I can see my dad's manuscript: the title centered in caps, the body double-spaced and marked up by hand. But I can't remember the words.
What does it mean to "turn to faith"? To gather in the like-minded and bar the door? Or to take a riskier move outward?
As a Lilly Fellow, I was compelled by Mark Schwehn's vision of all academic work as the work of teaching, with love at the core of its mission.
My student hasn’t allegorized Jane Eyre as Origen did the Bible. But she wrestles with passages until the text gives her a blessing.
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