I've talked with many women who work as academics in the field of higher education, and in so doing I have come to realize that my experience as a professor is very different from their experience.
I think we’ve done a lot, especially in the broader Reformed tradition, to emphasize the importance of a theology of work. Perhaps it is time now to focus a little more on a theology of play.
A few years ago, I was lucky enough (though some of you certainly wouldn’t think this lucky!) to teach a course section about sexuality here at Dordt. For six weeks, I and about 30 college …
Some words of encouragement and advice for first-time dads.
What if the problem of racism is not primarily a problem between different groups of people? What if it isn’t primarily about white people and black people? What if racism is not about one group versus another, but rather about all people versus the effects of sin?
Depressed people are not lazy. They’re not crazy. They’re not freaks, and they don’t need to be avoided. They are no more nor less broken than any of us, in this sinful world. Depressed people are just… people. Here is my story.