Faculty Blogs and Websites

A Biologist's View of Science and Religion: issues at the interface of science and religion. Justin Topp, biology

Biblical e-Sources  Biblical studies professor Ted Hildebrandt's website is a rich resource for biblical studies materials.

Bill Franson online  Adjunct professor of art Bill Franson's photography website includes numerous portfolios of his black-and-white images.

Bruce Herman Online Professor of art Bruce Herman's website features images of his work, news and reviews, and links to recommended resources.

Jim Zingarelli Online  Zingarelli is professor of art and department chair. His website features images of his work, news and reviews, and links to recommended resources.

JOREPORTER: Keeping an Eye on the Landscape of Journalism “As senior communication writer at Gordon, I teach journalism, write, observe the changes, and try to make sense of as least some of it.”

LampPost Media "Bridging Worlds through the Power of Story." The website of Jo Kadlecek and her husband, Chris Gilbert, videographer and journalist. 

Letters from Europe Edited by John Skillen '76, professor of English and associate dean of European programs, for the Studio for Art, Faith, and History.

Modern Reformation Patricia Anders, who teaches in the English Department, is also the managing editor of  this theological magazine for laypeople.

MMmusing "Michael Monroe's Musings on Music, the Mind, Meaning and More." Monroe is assistant professor of music at Gordon. 

Paul Borgman online Descriptions and reviews of English professor Paul Borgman's three books, which are literary analyses of Genesis, the David Story (1 and 2 Samuel), and Luke-Acts.

Reflections on Place and Cross-Cultural Encounters  Provost Janel Curry reflects on geography, sense of place, and cross-cultural encounters.

Borthwicks Paul Borthwick is adjunct professor of Christian ministries. His website features reports, course listings, links, and more. 

Wired4Sport Wired4Sport promotes the value, integrity, and love of sport. Valerie Gin, department chair of Recreation and Leisure Studies, is a contributor to this website, along with several Gordon alumni.