Expresses David Crabtree’s thanks as he leaves Gutenberg after twenty-two years as its president.
Elucidates the meaning of “Rachel weeping” in Jeremiah 31:15.
Comments on the relationship between Jews and Gentiles by telling the story of a gentile woman who asks Jesus to heal her daughter.
Addresses the question of how we keep from being "swept along" in a society that has turned its back on what is good.
Finds encouragement in John the Baptist's questioning whether Jesus is the Messiah.
Responds to Jack Crabtree's paper, "How to Follow Jesus When You Cannot Kill the Beast" (Summer Institute 2013), by addressing the question of how we keep from being "swept along" in a society that has turned its back on what is good.
Describes the upheaval in higher education and speculates on its future.
Discusses the biblical account of Jesus’ resurrection in light of archeology and the nature of "proof."
Compares Jesus’ teaching with rabbinic teaching of the same time period.
Conjectures about what Jesus might have been reading during his forty days in the desert.
Describes how historical assessments can differ so dramatically.
Explains the significance of a Gutenberg education.
Makes a case for the importance of teaching liberal arts, both for students and our culture.
Describes the education students receive at Gutenberg College and how it differs from most other colleges.
Describes the state of Gutenberg College in October 2007 and reaffirms the faculty's reliance on God.
Describes the beginnings of Gutenberg College and addresses the future of the college (from October 2005).
Discusses the nature of the “clues” the people at the time of Jesus had for recognizing Him as the Messiah and draws a lesson for believers today.
Reports on the accomplishment of a significant milestone in the history of Gutenberg College and offers thanks to supporters.
Reports Gutenberg College's progress and describes what makes it unique.
Gives a historical perspective on the concept of academic freedom and shows how it manifests itself at Gutenberg College.