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Christian Education and the Bounded Set

I have been privileged to earn degrees from two institutions of Christian higher education. From Wheaton College in Illinois I have a degree in Ancient Languages, and I have a Master’s of Divinity from Regent College in Vancouver, British Columbia. 1,619 more words


Women's lacrosse cruises past Smith College

Vincent Gallo
Assistant Sports Editor

The Springfield College women’s lacrosse team defeated the Smith College Pioneers yesterday by the score of 12-4. With the victory, Springfield snapped a two game losing streak in its final regular season home match. 356 more words

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Springfield College men's tennis faces tough competition

Gage Nutter
Staff Writer

The Springfield College men’s tennis team went 1-2 last week by getting a win against Wheaton College, as well as two losses to Coast Guard and nationally ranked Amherst. 348 more words

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Springfield College baseball rallying, following rough patch

Logan Mullen
Managing Editor

What a tumultuous year it has been for Springfield College baseball.

The Pride (10-12-1) went 5-2-1 over spring break, came back north and won their first game, followed by seven straight losses. 513 more words

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Men's and women's track and field earn second place finishes during first home meet

Stephen Monahan
Staff Writer

The Springfield College track team competed against Middlebury, SUNY Plattsburgh, and Wheaton at home this past weekend. The women finished in 2nd place with a score of 188 points, while the men also finished in 2nd with a score of 174 points. 294 more words

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Fame has eluded me until relatively late in life, but that is about to change, and I wanted my loyal readers to be the first to know. 847 more words

The Mystical View of Prayer

A few weeks ago James Gordon from Wheaton College came to visit us at our weekly Analytic Theology seminar. He presented an insightful paper title “The Mystical View of Prayer: Friedrich Schleiermacher in Dialogue with Analytic Theology.” Yes you may be wondering…. 915 more words