The Winnipeg Free Press faith reporter John Longhurst asked me to put some thoughts together on the subject of atonement to assist him in an article he was writing for Holy Week. Longhurst’s column can be found here. He has also posted the reference article I wrote for him in its entirety on his blog, here.
The newest issue of Didaskalia on the theme of “Death and Resurrection” has come off the press. You can view the full list of contents here. The full printed version of the roundtable discussion I hosted on the state of medical assistance in dying in Canada can also be accessed through the journal’s website here.
Unfortunately, the upcoming issue of Didaskalia has been held up in production. However, it sounds like it will soon finally make its appearance. In anticipation of its appearance, I thought I would share my editor’s introduction to the issue. We are once again making this issue available at the special rate of $5 for those within Canada and $10 for those in other countries. See prov.ca/didaskalia for more information.
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There is another excellent issue of Didaskalia on the near horizon. Once again, we have been able to make the issue available to interested readers at the special rate of $5 for those within Canada and $10 for those outside of Canada. You can sign up to receive the issue here.
To whet your appetite, I’m able to provide a sneak peak of the list of content for the upcoming issue: Continue reading “Death and Resurrection” Issue of Didaskalia →
Congratulations to Dion Gingerich, an MA student under my supervision, who recently completed his thesis “Plainly Becoming: An Examination of Early Anabaptist Simplicity in Light of Stanley Hauerwas’s Account of Virtue for Community Formation.” Dion will be leaving Manitoba to take up the role of Dean of Students at Rosedale Bible College in Ohio. Dion’s thesis will eventually be available through the William Falk Library at Providence, but if you’d like to read it let me know, as I’m sure he’d be willing to share it. Here is his abstract: Continue reading Congratulations Dion! →