In a few hours, I will turn in my last paper ever. In honor of the occasion, I am waiting until the last possible minute to work on it. Like, how I was supposed to write it yesterday, and instead took a nap in the study room; then went out for beer with friends. But alas, I will finish today, if only because it is actually due tonight. And then I will be paper-less for the near future. ...
Into the iPad generation...
First post on a new iPad. Thanks to @brandydaniels for the sale. Now I can be one of those hip pastors who preach from their hi-tech device. Only not.
The last Week
Ok, this morning is the last time I will wake up knowing that when I go to bed I will not have any more major papers left to write. It’s that weird feeling when you realize that when you get out of bed, the next time you will be allowed to get back into bed will be when you finish the work you have to do. And depending on how much you get done during the day, you may not be able to sleep...
The beginning of the end.
With Wednesday’s ”Senior Worship” service, it feels like the end is officially on it’s way. This morning was the final coffee hour. This afternoon will be the final Happy Hour. And tonight will be the final “spending my friday night writing a paper instead of going out with friends.” All momentous occasions, as will be Monday nights sure-to-come...
I’m so bored.– Rumi (via stuffrumineversaid)
Music for the week ahead. This is it…the last week of crazy paper writing ever. I wonder how many sleepless nights this will take.
The end is indeed in sight.
Objective for this week: Finish 3 papers and write a sermon. This will leave me with only 2 papers and a final exam before I am done with my MDiv degree. Did I mention the 2 papers will be related to masculinity, particulary the work of Mark Driscoll and John Piper, and their (mis)use of scripture in their image of “muscular christianity?’” Maybe misuse isn’t the...
Study: Homophobes May Have ‘Unacknowledged... →
I think we all knew this was true. For those of you looking for this in Biblical scholarship (and I know you are) check out Dale Matin’s response to Richard Hayes entitled “Heterosexism and the Interpretation of Romans 1:18-32,” in which he basically says the same thing about scholars who want to read Romans 1 as an indictment against homosexuality.