J-Term in Mexico

by John Medendorp, co-editor-in-chief This January, Joe Hamilton and I accompanied Dr. Rylaarsdam on a trip to La Comunidad Teológica de México, an ecumenical Protestant theological school in Mexico City, Mexico to teach a course on the theology of the liturgical year. It was an interesting topic, chosen by the … ∞

Editorial: Volume 47.6

As we come to the end of the semester, and everybody’s schedules get busy with papers and exams and sermons and projects, we as the Kerux editors just wanted to take a moment here to thank you all for your wonderful support and encouragement over this past semester. We had … ∞

Taking the “Ug” out of Ugaritic

by John Medendorp, co-editor-in-chief While many of us here at seminary complain about how much work we have to do, many of our professors impressively balance rigorous teaching loads while also performing incredible feats of research and publishing. Michael Williams is a prime example of this incredible ability to do … ∞

Pancake Breakfast

by John Medendorp, co-editor-in-chief   Nothing inspires the mind to enjoy a sunny fall Saturday afternoon quite like a hearty serving of pancakes.  Laura Guichelaar and Ashley Stam, well aware of this timeless factoid, used a fellowship grant from Student Senate to host a pancake breakfast on the morning of … ∞

Student Senate Book Sale

by John Medendorp, co-editor-in-chief   This past Wednesday, October 24, you may have noticed the piles and piles of books on sale for very (very) reasonable prices in the Student Senate room in the Student Center.  The Student Senate Book Sale is a yearly fundraiser in which Student Senate sells … ∞

Gateway Opens With a Bang

by John Medendorp, editor-in-chief Most of us at CTS don’t get the opportunity to experience Orientation and Gateway more than once. But this year, I had the privilege of being involved in the first day of Gateway, during the Student Fair and the ice-cream social. Before the Student Fair, incoming … ∞