Uses Job's story to reflect on the purpose of suffering.
Describes the journey of a Gutenberg student.
Discusses the value of literature written by Christians as opposed to "Christian" literature.
Examines Matthew 21:18-20 to discover why Jesus cursed the fig tree.
Explores how knowledge can be possible when rational people embrace different ideas.
Eulogizes Ron Julian and describes his teaching of John 8:58.
Emphasizes the importance of the Apostle John's witness to the truth of Jesus' death and resurrection.
Addresses the role of suffering in a believer's life.
Reflects on the importance of living "face-to-face," especially for education.
Discusses the importance of being a a philosopher throughout life.
Points to the Teacher who offers truth and true freedom.
Discusses the futility of this life and where those of faith find hope.
Questions the "university as gatekeeper" model.
Makes a case for the similarity of "doing science" and "doing biblical interpretation."
Raises questions about the impact of AI technology.
Addresses the question "Are people capable of loving selflessly?"
Discusses the last of Jesus' "Kingdom Parables" in Matthew 13.
Examines three methods of knowing: empiricism; rationalism, and one understood by Augustine.
Asks, "What do we need from our educational system?
Addresses the Gutenberg graduating class of 2019 about the importance of action.