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The Thing You Can’t Live Without, but Can Never Afford

Dr. Josh Bleeker, assistant professor of Educational Ministries and Leadership, dives into the following: excavators cannot unearth its location, stock indices cannot assess its value, and the afterlife’s abyss merely heard rumors of its whereabouts—where then can wisdom be found?

Joshua J. Bleeker
After serving as Director of Admissions from 2007–2014, Dr. Bleeker moved to Manassas, Virginia, becoming Dean of DTS-Washington, DC. From 2014-2019, Bleeker watched the grace of God work in remarkable ways to strengthen the DTS-DC campus and firmly establish DTS’s presence in the nation’s capital. Dr. Bleeker has published in Books and Culture and Fathom magazine (online editions), and Bibliotheca Sacra. His wife, Eva (MACE, MAMC; 2008), graduated in 2017 from Columbia University (Manhattan, New York) with an MS in Narrative Medicine, is a Board Certified Chaplain, and teaches pastoral care and chaplaincy at Denver Seminary. The Bleekers love hiking, hosting friends for homemade meals, and marveling at the irrepressible joy of their dog, Ransom Ruth.
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