I’m happy to share with you a blog post by my new colleague Esau McCaulley on his first class at NES. His reflections remind me of my first experience of teaching a course at the Caribbean Graduate School of Theology in Jamaica after decades of living, studying, and working in North America. My issue was culture; his is race (which also involves culture).
The people’s champ must be everything the people can’t be…You must have missed the come up, I must be all I can be. Call me Mr. Mufasa, I had to master stampedes– Chance the Rap…
Source: In God’s Good Time: My first class at Northeastern Seminary