WENDY MURRAY (MATS ’85) It is appropriate that the celebration of All Saints Day comes directly on the heels of Reformation Day. It serves as a reminder to us Protestants […]
Dr. Alvin Padilla Hispanic Heritage Month runs from September 15 to October 15 every year as a time to recognize and celebrate the many contributions, diverse cultures, and extensive histories […]
This past Sunday my wife Nancy and I sat at a table at the William Penn Hotel in Pittsburgh with former Gordon-Conwell Board chair Rev. Dr. John Huffman and his wife Anne.
This article originally appeared on The Gospel Coalition’s website. You may belong to a church that calls itself “confessional,” and you may even have heard of the phrase “confessional identity.” If […]
DR. GINA A. ZURLO CO-DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF GLOBAL CHRISTIANITY I read a wonderful book this week – Women in the Mission of the Church: Their Opportunities and […]
DR. GINA A. ZURLO CO-DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF GLOBAL CHRISTIANITY Many years ago, I used to hang out at the Turkish Cultural Center in Boston. It’s a nonprofit […]
DR. GINA A. ZURLO CO-DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF GLOBAL CHRISTIANITY This semester at Gordon-Conwell I’m teaching History of Christianity in America. What might a global Christianity scholar have […]
DR. TODD M. JOHNSON PROFESSOR OF GLOBAL CHRISTIANITY AND MISSION The third stop in our blog series on Christian-Muslim relations is thirteenth-century Damietta, a city in northern Egypt that became […]
Like many parishioners, this question (or its more non-committal cousin, “Who was Jesus?”) makes seasonal appearances at Christmas and Easter, usually on the covers of news magazines looking for a holiday angle.
Born Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey, the great escaped slave and vocal leader of emancipation later took the name Douglass, with a double “s.”