Monthly Archives: October 2014
Michael Bird has an interesting blog post this week on so-called ‘Enclave Theology’. I’m still pondering the outworking of this, but for now here is the quote he cites from George Hunsinger’s The Eucharist and Ecumenism: By ‘enclave’ theology, I mean a theology based narrowly in a single tradition that seeks not to learn from other traditions […]
Eerdmans has released a promo video for the new offering by Doug Campbell (Duke University), a follow-up to his earlier “post-NPP” book The Deliverance of God. This is a great interview with some unexpected surprises:
How PhD students actually do their research, writing, teaching, changing diapers, cooking, babysitting, etc.
In the ideal PhD world, the week lies before you like a calm and tranquil river, upon which you can set out rowing at a strong and steady pace, smelling the cool autumn air as your arms pulls evenly at the oars and your legs push with confident exertion. It’s smooth and efficient and well-paced. But in […]
Last week I had a meeting with my doctoral supervisor. This was our first meeting since I finished the MA portion of my program, even though I’ve been working with him for a year now. Last year involved coursework, the next three are pure research. So in the course of the conversation, almost abruptly, he […]