Archives for April, 2011

Easter in the Ruins

As Provost at Gordon, Dr. Mark Sargent often has the opportunity to travel for various purposes and responsibilities he has in his role as a leader in higher education. On a recent accreditation team visit, he went to Greece. This essay is his response to visiting that land: In early spring the scarlet poppies of Greece fill the cracks of Read full article »

Gordon’s Poetic Faculty: Hear a Poem a Day

April is National Poetry Month and many faculty members have participated in Gordon's third annual poetry podcast project. Listen to a poem a day at All Things Poetry: the rhymes and rhythms of Gordon College. There's quite a variety of poems and voices to hear, all as inspiring as the diverse disciplines on campus! Read full article »

Feeding Five Thousand

Congratulations to Steven Hunt, associate professor of biblical studies, for the release of his new book: Rewriting the Feeding of Five Thousand: John 6.1-15 as a Test Case for Johannine Dependence on the Synoptic Gospels in Studies in Biblical Literature, vol. 125, ed. by Hemchand Gossai (New York: Peter Lang, 2011). From the publisher: "Rewriting the Feeding of Five Thousand reveals Read full article »