Repentance and the cross
Before we can say that "earth to earth" is a good thing, we have to believe it's really going to happen—not just to others, but to us.
A senator’s theological education
Long before I sat in Senate hearing rooms listening to witness testimony, I sat in lecture halls at Yale listening to professors dissect Paul.
Theologian Lea Schweitz
"Students don't have time for electives. Rather than change the curriculum, we embedded a discussion of religion and science in the classes they already take."
Toward a unifying campus vision
How can a Christian college build community amid diversity? Some tend toward relativism, others toward fundamentalism. SPU seeks a third way.
M.Div.’s in debt
Schools rely on tuition and are reluctant to turn students away. But if debt keeps students from following their call, schools will have failed at their mission.
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