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Volume 26  No. 1 | Fall 2010

Up Front | An Ephesians Moment In Cape Town

When you are living the reality of not knowing where your next meal is coming from, you have a much deeper reliance on the Holy Spirit.

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Inspiration | Paul Borgman

Reading = Listening

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SPORKS | The Initial Problem

Informative Fauxlosophy: Notes from a recent alum.

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Institutional News

News about the College.

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Student News

News about current students at Gordon.

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Faculty News

Faculty news at Gordon.

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Alumni News

News from Gordon's alumni.

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Faculty Books

New books by Graeme Bird, Dick Wright, Dorothy Boorse and Swayne Barthold.

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The Ongoing Legacy of Adoniram Judson Gordon

A brief biography of A. J. Gordon and his vision as well as profiles of nine Gordon College "family members" who are living A. J. Gordon's legacy with faithfulness and originality.

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The Gordon DNA: Thelma Damon Langley '34

Gordon's oldest living alumna is a true daughter of A. J. Gordon

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The Gordon DNA: Lillian Woodworth Aiken '47

Lillian Aiken's 1947 valedictory address was faithful to A. J. Gordon's founding vision, and still compelling 53 years later.

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The Gordon DNA: Melville Stewart '58

A philosophy major pursues excellent adventures in faith and science during fie years in the Chinese "Ivy League."

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The Gordon DNA: Mark Shaw '73

Decades on the mission field, coupled with solid theological understanding, led to an important new study of global Christianity.

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The Gordon DNA: Patrick Gray '92

An Episcopal priest creatively re-envisions the important work of evangelism.

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The Gordon DNA: Kirsten Heacock Sanders '05

A young theologian pursues a subject close to A. J. Gordon's heart: studying God and loving God—and why the two are inseparable.

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The Gordon DNA: Rachel '11 and Joshua '11 Bell

Two A. J. Gordon Scholars from Zimbabwe are learning to serve.

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Photo Essay: A. J. Gordon's Seven Themes Today

STILLPOINT contacted alumni and student photographers with a challenge: Show STILLPOINT readers, in compelling imagery, ways A. J. Gordon’s vision is being realized in the ongoing life of the College, both on and off campus. These are a selection of the many fine responses to the assignment we received.

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Questions for Adoniram Judson Gordon

This virtual interview with Gordon’s founder was created by matching our questions for A. J. Gordon with passages in several of his many books on the Church, on mission, and life in the Spirit.

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Behind the Scenes of a Yearlong Celebration

The College has set aside this academic year to commemorate A. J. Gordon’s 175th birthday and celebrate his ongoing legacy.

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In Our End: Is Our Beginning and Other Paradoxes

Two years ago Dan Russ’ church faced a painful division. Some called it a church plant; others defined it as a church split. This is an excerpt from a talk Dan delivered to an adult education class on how church families can navigate rough waters with love and humility.

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Essay: Love and Attention

Every year STILLPOINT and the Jerusalem and Athens Forum (JAF)honors program sponsors an essay contest for current students in the program and JAF alumni who are still at Gordon. Lindsey Reed’s essay “Love and Attention” was this year’s winner.

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Four New Faces

Recently four new employees were added to Gordon’s Development Office. Here’s a bit about each of them.

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With Child: Pregnancy and the Incarnation

What the Incarnation has to do with “ordinary” pregnancies.

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Ann Ferguson: Living The Literature

Five and a half decades after she first stepped onto campus, Ann Ferguson retired May 15, 2010, having shared her love for literature, writing, theatre and art with some 2,000 students in almost 500 classes.

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Giving as a Calling

It didn’t take long for Dawn ’01 and her husband, Jonathan, to decide to give to Gordon. In fact, the year after she graduated they became Partners. So why do they give?

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