Faculty members of Johnson University participate in many activities beyond their normal teaching responsibilities. These include writing, speaking, presenting at academic meetings, mission trips, and community involvement. Occasionally, we will publish updates on these activities. The list below describes some faculty activities in May 2014.
In the spring 2014 issue of Stone-Campbell Journal, Dr. Carl Bridges (Professor of New Testament, TN) published a book review of James D. G. Dunn, The Oral Gospel Tradition. He maintains a blog at https://carlbridges.wordpress.com/.
On May 9, Dr. Alicia Crumpton (Dean of the School of Business and Public Leadership) presented “In Between: Imagining Hospitality's Importance for Leadership” during the Study Day on “The Challenges of Moral Leadership” at the Institute of Leadership and Ethics, Evangelische Theologische Faculteit, in Leuven, Belgium.
On May 1, Dr. Heather Gorman (Assistant Professor of New Testament, TN) presented “Cannonball! Diving into the Formation of the New Testament” at the 71st Annual Pepperdine Bible Lectures at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California. She also presented a workshop entitled “Becoming One in Christ: Christian Unity Starts with You!” at the Johnson University Women's Retreat, which met on campus on May 16-17.
Mr. James Gorman (Lecturer in History, TN) was the article editor for “The Stone-Campbell Movement: A Global History—Reviews and Comments,” by L. Thomas "Tommy" Smith, Jr., McGarvey Ice, and Thomas H. Olbricht, which appeared in the spring 2014 issue of Stone-Campbell Journal. This review article is the substance of a review session that Mr. Gorman planned for the Stone-Campbell Journal Conference in the spring of 2014.