It isn’t enough to recommend to our students and to ourselves to have better organization over their schedules at home...We should include the where question as part of our plan for learning during our isolation.
"And so the chapter that I wrote, which began with one of my favorite Wendell Berry essays, is about what I would call eschatological stewardship, which is pursuing the work of caring for God’s creation, but always with the view of what God is doing and will do finally in a new heavens and new earth."
“To really understand geomorphology,” she explained, “you need to spend time with the landforms and processes.”
Beyond Stewardship may be innovative in how it links sin and ignorance instead of viewing them as residing in separate moral and practical worlds...
Come check out the interview with our newest faculty member, Dr. Melinda Higley.