Think about doing a different Introductory Activity besides the normal “post a little bit about yourself.” Some other ideas that … Continue reading Teaching Online – Creative Introductions
If you will be teaching from a course shell and working more asynchronously, you will benefit from tips about navigating … Continue reading Some Tips from AAR for Teaching Online
I mentioned in my last post that I will be going to Africa Renewal University, which is in Kampala, Uganda … Continue reading Training Pastors in Uganda
I’m not a Ph.D. student yet – and I’m far from applying for teaching jobs – but I’m on my … Continue reading So You Want to Be a Professor?
There are a few Old Testament scholars that I gravitate towards – Brueggemann, Block, Beale, (The B-Team), John Goldingay, and … Continue reading Book Review – A Commentary on Judges and Ruth by Robert Chisholm
Fred Sanders, a theologian who has mastered the art of social media, offers some advice for people who want to … Continue reading Thinking about Becoming a Theologian? Resist the Temptation!
Oliver Crisp, the theologian who has been a sort of model for my own theology, offers some advice for those … Continue reading Thinking about Becoming a Theologian? Think Again…. maybe.
St. Basil actually coined the phrase “words are hard.” Well not really, however he did think that some people are … Continue reading “Words are Hard” – St. Basil
In the classroom I often come across the ever annoying phenomenon we call the “loaded question.” You know the one … Continue reading St. Basil on Loaded Questions
A few weeks ago Ed Stetzer began a series of blogs written by professors and pastors called Preaching Jesus from … Continue reading Book Review: Jesus on Every Page by David Murray