May 25, 2024 in Saturdays at Seven Podcast

“The Vibrant Variety of God” ft. Fuller Theological Seminary’s David Emmanuel Goatley I Saturdays at Seven Ep. 35

In the thirty-fifth episode of the “Saturdays at Seven” conversation series, Todd Ream talks with David Emmanuel Goatley, President of Fuller Theological Seminary. Goatley opens by exploring what is theologically…
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May 24, 2024 in Blog

The Cost of Grace: Bonhoeffer’s Lesson about Transformative Learning

As sure as April showers bring May flowers, the end of the semester—spring or fall—brings some version of this request from students: “Sorry to email this to you so late,…
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May 23, 2024 in Blog

Atypical Conversations with Students about Their Research Projects

When I was a doctoral student, one mentor secretly sent their friend (another professor) to my poster at a professional conference to ask the most difficult methodological and statistical questions…
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May 21, 2024 in Blog

On Going to Church: Mimesis and Magnificence

Recently, thanks to a collaboration with fellow CCCU school Gordon College, I was able to spend a month in Italy teaching art history to a wonderful group of Christian students.…
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May 20, 2024 in Blog

How Immersive Experiences Can Help Faculty and Students Grow

I have been teaching social work at Grove City College since 2018. During my tenure, I’ve been fortunate to teach courses that align well with my knowledge and areas of…
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May 18, 2024 in Saturdays at Seven Podcast

“Cultural Inflection Point” ft. Comment’s Anne Snyder I Saturdays at Seven Ep. 34 Click here to listen to the episode on Spotify In the thirty-fourth episode of the “Saturdays at Seven” conversation series, Todd Ream talks with Anne Snyder, Editor-In-Chief of Comment.…
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