In a new “From the Associate Dean’s Desk” post entitled, “The Life is in the Blood,” Dr. Steele discusses, none other than the title suggests: Blood.

“I wish to brag a bit here about a ‘certificate of appreciation’ I recently received from the Puget Sound Blood Center after donating my one hundredth unit of A-negative. [Along with some interesting facts on my donation track record, I’d like to] offer a few theological reflections and personal reminiscences on the occasion.”

To read more about Dr. Steele’s reflection on donating blood and how he regards the practice as a spiritual discipline, check out his full post here:

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