Intersections at The Seattle School

Intersections is a robust collection of essays, dialogues, critical engagement, and art from faculty, staff, alumni, students, and other thought leaders. Guided by a commitment to understanding narrative, wrestling with complexity, and fostering discourse Intersections seeks to develop and inspire wisdom and imagination for a world in need of complex thinkers and healers.


Ecological Homelessness and Degradation with Dr. Steven Bouma-Prediger

The Seattle School on October 23, 2017

What might be revealed through our loss of connectedness to the environment around us? Where do we find harmful deterioration in our world as well as hope for the future of our major ecological systems? How does Scripture address ecology? In episode 9 of text.soul.culture, Dr. Steven Bouma-Prediger joins Dr. J. Derek McNeil to consider these questions as the two discuss ecological homelessness and degradation.



Dan B. Allender, Ph.D. on October 20, 2017

#MeToo is a social media movement that cuts a small but significant hole in the dark façade of silence. Most social media protests fade like the news of the day as the next wave of hurricanes, shootings, and revelations crash on our shores. It is too easy to find fault with movements that merely ask for a click of a button to join. There is not much flesh in the game, but in this case, there is a massive amount of flesh in the game when we talk about the reality of sexual abuse.