February 6, 2023 in Around the Web

Toxic masculinity is a harmful myth. Society is in denial about the problems of boys and men.

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February 6, 2023 in Around the Web

AMERICAN CHRISTIANITY IS DUE FOR A REVIVAL

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February 6, 2023 in Blog

The Pedagogy of Improv

For Christmas 2021, my wife got me the gift of improv comedy classes. We happen to have an improv comedy theater right here in our little Chicago suburb, and she…
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February 3, 2023 in Blog

ChatGPT and the Turing Test: Biblical Studies Version

My inventive colleague, Dr. Isaac Soon, recently offered a constructive counterpart to all the handwringing in academia about ChatGPT. Instead of bemoaning ChatGPT’s potential to mimic student papers for fear…
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February 2, 2023 in Blog

Book Review – Inklings of Things Unseen: Philosophical Essays on Literature.

There are, I believe, two major reasons—one external and one internal—why the number of humanities majors is sinking in colleges and universities across the country. The former has to do…
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January 31, 2023 in Blog

Teacher Dispositions: The Mind, Heart, and Soul of Servant Leadership

When I began reading Servant Teaching—Practices for Renewing Christian Higher Education, by Quintin Schultze, I felt like I had discovered a priceless jewel for which countless educators had searched for…
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