The Cambridge School of Dallas is participating in North Texas Giving Tuesday Now on May 5th, and we need your help!

The Cambridge School of Dallas is participating in North Texas Giving Tuesday Now on May 5th, and we need your help. We understand that times are tough right now – we ask if you are not able to make a financial gift at this time, that you pray for our school to meet our goal, pray […]


Holy Week Afterword

Holy Week Afterword By Dr. Paul Wolfe As I reflect on and reread the accounts of the resurrection, I cannot but help notice the differing responses to it. I mean the immediate responses. There was fear, astonishment, puzzlement, haste to see for one’s self, joy, worship, confession, remembrance of his words, quick reporting, blindness to […]


Holy Week Day 8 – Resurrection Day

Holy Week Day 8 – Resurrection Day By Dr. Paul Wolfe The Sabbath (Saturday) immediately following Jesus’ crucifixion was a virtual “no man’s land,” a time when the hiddenness of God enveloped all of reality. What the disciples could not see then was that it was literally the time when the judgment of God enveloped […]


Holy Week Day 6 – Crucifixion

Holy Week Day 6 – Crucifixion By Dr. Paul Wolfe Day six confronts us with the great cosmic dilemma; the Messiah is slain; the chosen one of God is rejected by men; the King of glory is humiliated and mocked. In the midst of it all, Jesus is not only rejected by the crowds, some […]


“O Come Thou Wisdom From On High”

“O Come Thou Wisdom From On High” We pray that this talk given by Dr. Isbell during our Christmas Chapel blesses you this Christmas season. By Dr. Barb Isbell As you know, the theme for chapel this year is wisdom, and we have primarily been focused on the book of Proverbs. You will recall that […]


Music and Rainbows: A Scientific Journey from Wonder to Worship

Music and Rainbows: A Scientific Journey from Wonder to Worship Thank you Prof. Nine for sharing your journey, story, and what God has impressed on your mind, heart, and spirit for the last 12 years. We were all immensely blessed by your wise words, pointing us closer to our Savior through music, nature, color, and […]


Developing a Witness of Faithful Presence

Developing a Witness of Faithful Presence By Christopher Benson, Professor of English, Faculty Coordinator of Humanities & Fine Arts, The Cambridge School of Dallas In my 12th grade literature class last week, I compared the wager scene in Goethe’s drama, Faust, to the wager scene in the Book of Job, chapters 1-2. Once the Lord […]


Weathering the Storm

Weathering the Storm By Amy Jodry, Director of Communications and Development, The Cambridge School of Dallas October 22, 2019 Sunday night, October 20, 2019. A night that was calm and beautiful. God was displaying His artistic skills by painting a beautiful sunset. And then everything changed. We saw His mighty power come out in nature. […]


Thomas Hardy, “The Distracted Preacher”

Thomas Hardy, “The Distracted Preacher” By Christopher Benson, Professor of Literature Melville House has an attractive series called “The Art of the Novella.” Since leisure reading is limited during the academic year, I opted for Thomas Hardy’s novella, The Distracted Preacher. Besides my fondness for the author, the title alone got my attention. Naturally, I wanted to […]


Cambridge Welcomes Professor Lewis!

Name: Matt Lewis Title: Professor Classes Teaching: Earth Science (Seventh Grade), Biblical Narrative (Seventh Grade), Socratic Tradition (Seventh Grade), Pre Algebra (Sixth Grade), Intro to Theology (Eighth Grade), Logic (Eighth Grade) How did you get to Cambridge? I heard such wonderful things about Cambridge from a friend and fellow church parishioner who teaches at Cambridge (Christopher Benson). […]