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Jeffrey H. Tigay: Jewish Interpretations of the Canaanite Genocide

On September 24, 2015, Professor Jeffrey H. Tigay (University of Pennsylvania) lectured on “Jewish Interpretations of the Canaanite Genocide”, at Wheaton College.


So where did you go to college?

My alma mater, Wheaton College, is a tiny (~1600 students) liberal arts college in a small town in Massachusetts. When I was living on the East Coast, most people hadn’t heard of it, so I’d give them the whole spiel – and that’s what I knew to expect from people. 102 more words


What To Do With UNBELIEF (And a Huge Prayer Request!)

What do you with unbelief? Perhaps you’re in a season of praying for something very important. You know God is faithful to fulfill His promises. With all your heart, you believe He has the power to do immeasurably more than you can imagine or think. 769 more words

Food For Thought

Gender Inclusive Restrooms at Wheaton

Wheaton was a women’s college until 1988, and when men started to be admitted, most buildings didn’t change their restroom signage, opting for gender neutral restrooms with some exceptions. 129 more words


10 Things I Learned in 365 Days.

They say you learn something new every day. Maybe that’s true, but this year felt closer to days of muddled blurs of information overload with mildly furrowed eye-brows…all to be struck by a sudden slap-in-the-face day of abundant overwhelming revelations. 1,831 more words



I thought I’d call your attention to a speech that New York Times columnist David Brooks recently delivered to a celebration in Washington, D.C. marking the fortieth anniversary of the Consortium of Christian Colleges and Universities.  320 more words