Mikeal Parsons: Faith Traditions and Teaching
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Season 3 - Episode 2
Today, our guest is Dr. Mikeal Parsons, Professor and Macon Chair in Religion at Baylor University. Dr. Parsons is a New Testament Scholar specializing in the Gospels and the book of Acts through the lens of rhetoric and literary criticism. Author or editor of over 30 books, Dr. Parsons has served as co-director of a Wabash grant for graduate student teaching. More recently, Dr. Parsons is a co-Principle Investigator on another Wabash-funded teaching project focusing on Pedagogical Practices and Faith traditions. We are delighted to have Dr. Parsons on the show to discuss graduate student training in teaching, the implications of religious backgrounds for teaching, and much more.