This is what is going on around UofBSC today.
AKMA is talking about research and pedagogy in an online era. It should lead to some good conversation. I am interested since I am going to do the vast majority of my thesis research from this here bed. Yay.
Trevor suggests that there is something out there that is even more compelling than That Movie Mel Made. Mae suggests that suffering, something that is putting people off about the film and Mel, may be important for Christians.
Jane Ellen has been driving her Hoosier bootie off running between home and school. But she sings while she does it...and she brings books when she visits. I am more grateful than she can know.
Todd, our athletic director, and Jeremy, our political pundit, are both wrestling with the question of gay marriage. They are both wanting to clear up some things before we decide if gay marriage is right or wrong. It seems that developing a good argument and supporting it may be essential to being President of the United States. Who knew?
Geoff, one of our post-modern gurus, is thinking about community. I would be remiss not to point you in his direction. He is drawing an interesting dialectic: community and worship, as opposed to community and individual which is a more classic dialectic. He suggests that in Christianity, the individual is impossible. Who's been reading Bonhoeffer?