Category Archives: Teaching

Virtue is the Signal

One of the interesting things about Kevin Vanhoozer’s “The Drama of Discipleship” essay in his Pictures at a Theological Exhibition collection is in how well it spirals.  In this case, spiraling is a good thing: it’s a pedagogical method where … Continue reading

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Love and the Story

The big question that goes unasked but is answered all of the time in churches throughout history is this: what do we do with Jesus?  I say unasked because our practices have often been “locked in” for some time.  That … Continue reading

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“Loving the Truth We Speak”

One thing the last 18 months of life and work have shown me is my need for wisdom.  Wisdom that is both deeper and wider than general life advice (though it would probably get there eventually).  But wisdom, it turns … Continue reading

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Res(e)t

It’s been a while since I’ve written anything particularly personal here, including any updates on the “temporary vocational stretch” that I’ve had the opportunity to have over the last 18 months.  The stretch continues, of course.  I still assert that … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Best: The Interchangeability of STEM?

Ah, Paige.  You try so hard.  Here’s today’s FoxTrot by Bill Amend. (image from gocomics.com)

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Sunday’s Best: 10% of Almost Nothing?

Here’s today’s Frazz strip by Jef Mallett.  Not exactly how you want to start the new year, and yet it definitely makes a kind of sense . . . (image from gocomics.com)

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Bringing It All Together

I’m giving a “professional development” talk at work tomorrow.  Here’s my content: I really hope things blend together well . . .

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