Today we are running the second of a two-part post of high points from the 2016 interviews we have published so far this year. This week features Bev Hislop, John Johnson, Rob Wiggins, Gary Tuck, and Steve Korch.
Today we are running the first of a two-part post of high points from the 2016 interviews we have published so far this year. This week features Evan Burns, Bob Krupp, Chad Hall, Ken Logan, and Ron Marrs.
Today, as the semester draws to a close, we feature some high points from our interviews with Drs. Patrick Schreiner, Ryan Lister, Josh Mathews, Tim Mackie, Todd Miles, Gerry Breshears, Carl Laney, and Jan Verbruggen.
Know that your homework can be devotional. I have no patience with disgruntled seminary students who complain that their relationship with God is drying up. Seminary is not the cause. If reading, contemplating, and writing about the glory and majesty of God dries you up, you have bigger root issues.
This, in the final analysis, is what marks out the best seminary professors: they don’t just communicate facts and ideas, but they present their own lives as an example of what it looks like to be a passionate follower of Christ.