Not every class at Sattler has a professor somersaulting across the classroom floor, or students waving their arms above their heads as they pretend to be trees, or a couple of guys dueling with plastic swords—but in the context of Hebrew class, anything can happen.
In the following interpretive essay, Austin Lapp uses the works of several medieval theologians to explore the tension between humility and the acquisition of knowledge. .
“Journey groups...have really pushed me to seek God more.” -Matthew Baugher Every week, students at Sattler College meet in small discipleship groups composed of several students and a supportive staff leader. Journey groups are an integral part of Christian discipleship here at Sattler.
We kicked off our inaugural year with a retreat at Toah Nipi in the green countryside of New Hampshire. It was a great opportunity for the class of 2022 to get to know each other and the staff, and to enjoy a few days of relaxation before classes began.
Sattler College is delighted to announce information about its inaugural class, consisting of 22 students.
My daughter is one of the first students to be accepted to the first class of Sattler College as an early decision applicant. She just turned eighteen years old and until very recently I never expected that I would write a sentence like that.
When I applied to colleges, I built a spreadsheet that weighed the pros and cons of every school I was considering. Out of the 13 categories, not a single category weighed the impact of the school's community on my spiritual well-being. I assumed that I could get my needs met elsewhere.
I love telling the story of how my husband Malcolm proposed to me; it is such a testament to the delightfully awkward flavor of our relationship. We were in Ontario, Canada, at one of his favorite places on Earth: his parents’ cottage on Black Donald Lake. One evening, as we were practically.
John Stuart Mill said, “War is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is worth war is much worse.” John F. Kennedy said, “War will exist until that distant day when the conscientious objector enjoys the.
On December 25, 2017, the Boston Globe released a feature in their print edition titled “Lower-cost college set to open in Boston” which appeared online as “New college for conservative Christians planned in Boston”. This article has propagated around the media to sites such as Fox News and the.