Several weeks ago I wrote about the resignation of Robert Sloan from the presidency of Baylor University in a blog titled, â€œThe Demise of Sloan and the Fortunes of ‘Baylor 2012’.â€ In that essay I concluded with the following: â€œI fear that the vision of â€˜Baylor 2012â€™ will have a whole different character or be perhaps entirely lost without Sloan at the helm. However, I am reminded by a good friend that the glass may not be half empty, but half full . . . I will be hoping and praying that my friend is right.”
According to an article in the March issue of Christianity Today, the glass may indeed be half full. In â€œVision Minus the Visionary,â€ Robert Benne predicts that, â€œthere is good reason to believe that Baylor 2012 will go firmly forward under a new administration. There is no guarantee that this ambitious plan will be completely successful or that it will now be free of controversy, but its likelihood of success is now greater without Sloan than it was with him.â€ It remains to be seen whether this analysis will be correct, but I recommend your reading the article anyway (click on the following link).