Questions about the future of theological education and its viability seem to be on the rise. The economy and technology provide the instigation. Can students afford tuition? Are donors happy? What about investment income? Are there ways to more effectively reach those who long for formal education but are … Continue reading
My brother Trent is a Cubs fan. He and Scot McKnight would enjoy conversations over the “Cubbies.” No doubt they both held out hope there would be no October meltdown. But, like the stock market decline, the Cubs crashed and burned.
Looking for a small monkey had Dustin Hoffman willing to break a number of rules to develop the antidote for a deadly virus in Outbreak. Sometimes we may feel like unlocking the key to leadership in the church in an era of what Alan Roxburgh refers to as … Continue reading