Steven Collicott

`My Story?' I'll think about that a bit before writing it, but here's something that's on my mind these days: As an adult I have found great delight in how many questions Christians ask about our faith and especially in how some people seek answers in a patient manner. I am able, like many, to slip easily into the quest for instant gratification. This nature of a quest for answers, so far, seems inappropriate for learning from the questions with which you seek to understand more about God's love and plan for us. I've enjoyed a biography of C.S. Lewis recently and noted that this great Christian writer and philosopher could take many years to find answers. So, I've enjoyed coming to understand that living a Christian life is like being on a path towards God, not an arrival at a fixed destination.

My Life

Friends describe me

Someone who talks too quietly

My hobbies

Golf, puzzles, tinkering on the house

My undergrad alma mater


My worst subject in school


In college I drove


If I weren't a professor, I would

be a fish out of water.

Favorite books

There's so many...

Favorite coffee

The one you buy for me.

My latest accomplishment

Flying in weightlessness on a NASA airplane.