Monthly Archives: May 2015

What My Students (and I) Learned This Semester

by Will Katerberg Prior to this class, history courses annoyed me because I always thought, ‘History is history, it happened and it’s over with, that’s that.’ This is true: history is in the past and you can’t change the past. … Continue reading

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Growing and Learning as a Christian Historian

Part 6 (conclusion) of the Integration of Faith & History in the Classroom series by Dan Miller. These are tough issues for students (and professors) to grapple with, especially if they have not previously been asked to examine carefully and think deeply. … Continue reading

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William Duer: America’s First Wall Street Villain

by Bob Schoone-Jongen. It’s no secret that the United States has had its fair share of financial scandals. Ferdinand Ward fleeced Ulysses Grant in 1881. Samuel Insull bilked thousands of people out of millions of dollars invested in his utility … Continue reading

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