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Last week our fall semester began at Memphis Theological Seminary. It’s the start of my third year on the faculty here—but perhaps the first year I’ve been here that I felt confident enough about what I was teaching that I’ve been able to reflect on larger issues related to theological education (and not just scramble […]
Years ago, I read a book called “Who Moved My Cheese?,” about two mice and two little-people who had some decisions to make about survival when their readily available cheese was suddenly gone. It’s a tongue-in-cheek reference to what humans do when changes are afoot. Some hunker down and insist things must remain the […]
In teaching settings, there are two types of questions. One has an answer in fact, such as “Is the earth round?” The other just generates more questions, such as “Which scripture should be taken literally, and which should be read as hyperbole, parable or illustration to make a point?” In theological discussions, too often the […]
Celebrate Women’s History Month during the Todd Lectures with Dr. Wil Gafney on March 5-6, 2013, at Lindenwood Christian Church. The lectures are: Lecture 1: The Darkly Radiant Image of God: Black and Female Lecture 2: A Legion of Preaching Women: Women Prophets in Ancient Israel Lecture 3: Bathsheba’s Legacy: Royal Women of Israel and Judah Lecture Times […]