I spent some of my Thanksgiving holiday catching up on the stack of magazines that had piled up, mostly issues of The New Yorker and Entertainment Weekly (got to keep an eye on the high and low brows). Perhaps the most thought-provoking read I have come across lately is by The New Yorker ’s Malcolm Gladwell , of Blink and Outlier fame, in his New Yorker article “Small Change” on why social media like Twitter and Facebook will not (despite popular opinion) lead to great movements for social change. His reasoning is based on a sociological distinction between “weak-tie” and “strong-tie” activism
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Book Blurbs: Let the Gospel LeadDiscussing the book of essays and sermons that honors Dale A. Meyer, with Dr. Meyer and its editors
Prof Insights: Kent Burreson and Rhoda SchulerKent Burreson and Rhoda Schuler introduce their online summer workshop, "Treasures Old and New: A Workshop on Adult Faith Formation."
Ph.D. Dissertations, 2021Summaries of the original research of this year's PhD graduates of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis