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.
Argues that many colleges and universities operate more like businesses than educational institutions.
Discusses Solomon’s wisdom in relation to his life and choices.
Compares the predominant view of education with a biblical world view.
Asks how individuals who are not scientists should think about science and uses the COVID crisis as an example.
Asks whether we read into poetry more than its authors intended.
Asks whether the skills of reading the Great Books apply to reading the Bible.
Explains how Christian faith makes a meaningful life possible.
Examines various options for thinking about material things.
Examines some scientific theories in the light of common sense.
Discusses the role of the Romantics in intellectual history.
Defends the Bible as the “Word of God.”