The purpose of the Gordon Review is to provide the greater campus community with a rich array of opinion and journalism covering faith, theology, culture, and student life. We are dedicated to promoting, preserving, and defending Gordon College’s historic mission as a Christian liberal arts institution. As an organization, we publish a print magazine once a semester, regularly post articles on our website, and host speaker events—our hope is to help make Gordon a healthy place for civil dialogue.
We affirm the college’s Statement of Faith, Life and Conduct Statement, Philosophy of Education, and the Board of Trustee’s Statement on Sexual Ethics. Our conviction is that the foundation Gordon sits upon is solid: a Christian understanding of the liberal arts rooted in a comprehensive vision of what the scripture says to us about the human person, the nature of sin, and redemption.
The Gordon Review is an officially chartered club via the Gordon College Student Association (GCSA). We are also a member of and receive funding from the Intercollegiate Studies Institute’s Collegiate Network.