Conquer Difficult Subjects and Reap the Benefits

A statistics course was a requirement for my undergraduate economics degree. Without an economics professor qualified to teach the subject that year, the econ majors enrolled in the psych department’s statistics class. After several weeks, the few could-be statisticians were … Continue reading

Blind Men and Elephant Parable

            When I first heard the “Blind Men and Elephant” parable used as a teaching illustration, I looked on the observations of the sightless individuals with a hint of derision. I thought, “If only they could … Continue reading

Writing about Suffering Can Get You Down – and Lift You Up

To complete the Capstone paper requirement for the Master of Arts in Christian Studies degree program, I wrote a 40+ page paper on the subject of suffering and sanctification.  Yes, it was and is a heavy subject, but one I … Continue reading

More than Brain Power

On Thursday, November 15, I traveled to Milwaukee with two friends from TEDS to attend the 64th annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society.  Many of the greatest minds, thinkers and teachers in the worldwide evangelical community were in attendance … Continue reading