Ronald W. Wright
Southern Nazarene University
Professor and Chair of the Department of Psychology and Counseling
Anxiety, Cognitive Biases, and the Need for Embodied Charity and Hospitality: The difficult process of exploration and dialogue on origins
"Beware you be not swallowed up in books! An ounce of love is worth a pound of knowledge." ~ John Wesley "The issue isn't whether there can be a conversation about faith and science; the issue is whether the Body of Christ has the requisite virtues to sustain such a conversation." ~ James K.A. Smith As a psychology professor and psychotherapist I have learned that the type of listening that allows for dialogue to occur is a truly difficult process. Listening is an act of love that opens one up to risk. To listen means one must first attempt to hear the other and to understand them from within…read more.