Do You Really Want to Raise Your Hand? A Q&A Guide for Seminary Students

I love to interact with students in a classroom setting.  One of the most interesting parts of being a professor is the real-time Q&A.  It can be a lively, engaging, and informative time.

But, sometimes it isn’t. For this reason I appreciate the humorous (but true!) piece by Phillip Bethancourt.  He writes:

We all know who “that guy” is in your seminary class. He’s the one who can’t resist the opportunity to ask a question or make a comment. He’s the one trying to show he knows more than the professor, and perhaps more than the apostle Paul himself. He’s the one who thinks that your class of 40 students

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