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October 10, 2014


Feeling your pain.

I feel the depth of the grief you express here. You have articulated it clearly and thoughtfully. I hear similar sentiments from so many back on campus these days. I am truly sorry for everyone. One former colleague who has been on campus for several decades told me the other day that morale "has never been lower." I agree that naming the loss that's been experienced is important at a time like this. I pray that the university's theological heritage will be a resource to help guide it through this difficult season.

I agree with your assessment here, Tim, and share the hope you express. Thanks for stepping into a leadership role in navigating these difficult waters.

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