No one said life was going to be easy. And it’s not. Suffering and trials are built into the fabric of our world. If you are like me, then you are struggling to make sense of and deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. I am concerned about friends and family, for people who have contracted [...]
In the predominant view of education, the student’s primary job is to consume and store information, much like a computer. But such a view misses the true nature of learning. Learning is a dynamic process in which a student, like an apprentice, slowly builds skills and knowledge, constantly self-correcting toward mastery and a sound worldview. [...]
In keeping with precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19, this event scheduled for April 4 has been postponed until further notice. Please check back.
In keeping with precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the start date for the spring-quarter Community Classes has been revised, and more classes may be canceled as we have more information about the spread of the virus. Classes will resume on April 29. The classes are free and meet at Gutenberg College from [...]
In keeping with precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the April 24-25 Spring Preview Days have been postponed. Gutenberg College is a place for students who want to think deeply, learn in community, and grow in faith and character. On April 24-25, Gutenberg will open its doors to high school students and transfer students [...]
Struggle & Hope “In the world you have trouble, but take courage; I have overcome the world.” (John 16:33) Life is hard. Most literature and art produced by human beings over the centuries is about suffering, troubles, and struggle. We all experience such troubles in our own lives. And of course, this is one [...]
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“This book was born twenty-five years ago on a very bad night. As a young Christian (I converted at nineteen) I struggled greatly with the sin that was all too noticeable in my life. Some of my teachers at the time believed in the “victorious Christian life” theology. Victory over sin was mine, they [...]