Monthly Archives: March 2012

Miscellaneous-03/31/12

Yesterday after work, Mary Beth and I dropped into Lowes in order to pick up our first ever charcoal grill.  The gas grill that was given to us was no longer cutting it.  The food always came out tasting like … Continue reading

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Don’t Try to Be Einstein – Just Tighten The Screws

Over at Bring the Books Adam Parker puts celebrity and aspirations of grandeur in proper perspective.  He writes: I’m not here to be a Calvin or a Luther. I’m not here to come up with a movement that will bear my last … Continue reading

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Nathaniel Cooley

Nathaniel Cooley, a close friend of mine, has just made his entrance into the blogging world here.  He writes, “My aim in this blog is to share things that I find awe-inspiring: the biblical languages, theology, teaching, philosophy.”  I, for one, … Continue reading

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Teaching Philosophy

Yesterday I began writing a Teaching Philosophy.  Having never taken a class in education and or educational theory, this was a new experience for me.  As a first draft, I realize that this document makes me look more like a … Continue reading

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Scott Hafemann and Paul House: Q and A

There were many good papers/presentations that were given by students and professors over the past two days.  The plenary sessions were quite informative and enlightening.  If I find time in the coming days, I hope to share a little of … Continue reading

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Preparation for ETS

On the eve of my presentation at the Southeastern Regional meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society, a new book arrived.  One of the blogs I frequent had a list of must-read books.  On that list was G.K. Beale’s A New Testament … Continue reading

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Stories with Intent

I wanted to give a shout out to Dr. Rimm from Moody Bible Institute.  In my apologetics class, he encouraged me to write a thesis type paper analyzing James Dunn’s “Jesus Remembered” and the abridged version “A New Perspective on … Continue reading

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