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When Nothing is Impossible: New Book Focuses on Women of the Bible
For those who have ever thought something was impossible, Elaine Phillips, a professor of biblical studies at Gordon, ha (More)
The Global Language(s) of Scholarship
Academia today often requires dialogue across cultures, especially in addressing global issues, old and new. These faculty from very different disciplines have been busy with such work: More)
Seeing Christ Through the Eyes of Others
Understanding the narrative of John\'s Gospel  just became more illuminating, thanks in part to the editorial scholars (More)
Christian Scholars Address Ethics Crises
Whether there's a new cultural crises in ethics or such crises have simply become more public through the information age, the need to address them is real. At this year's interdisciplinary  Christian Scholars Co (More)
Missions and the Christian Church in a Changing World
Paul Borthwick Between his many global travels, conferences, speaking engagements an (More)
Lazarus, John's Gospel, and Friendship in South Africa
Steve Hunt in Cape Town, South Africa, at the end of his trip. The last thing Steve Hunt, (More)
Salvation Army Honors Roger Green with Rare Citation
On August 20, 1917, Bramwell Booth, the eldest son of William and Catherine Booth and the person who succeeded William as the General of The Salvation Army, inaugurated The Order of the Founder to honor his father. Millions of members of the Salvatio (More)
Summer Scholar: Touring the Land of the Bible
Editor's note: This is the third in a series of stories about Summer Scholars, exploring what Gordon professors are up to in between semesters. Here Elaine Phillips, (More)
What Young People Offer the Church
Youth ministry needs a new way of thinking, says Sharon Ketcham, associate professor of Christian ministries. On April 5, the na (More)
Beyond Salvation: The Writing Life of William Booth
100 years after his death, William Booth (1829–1912) is remembered for the role he played in foun (More)