Tuesday, February 12, 2008


I am in the last term of my ThM (given I pass all the requirements...not that I'm unsure; I'm just being wise), the first draft of the thesis on an EC Ecclesiology has been turned into the reader (and, yes, waiting is no fun), and I'm beginning to look ahead to a PhD in Educational Studies (again, given I get in the program...same caveat as above). While I love ecclesiology, it is time to ride the monkey bars and see how other topics fit into the dance.

To that end, Who in the World Are We? will be changing its focus. Likely topics include theological method, hermeneutics, and teaching-learning methodologies.

To that end, the subtitle has been changed (in case you've not noticed, there's a subtitle):

As we ride on the trajectory from creation to consummation, how do knowledge, experience, and passion prepare us for eternity in the Triune God?

I'll post a running bibliography and ponderings when time and brain permit.

NOTE: This is a rumination ("1. The act of pondering; meditation. 2. The act or process of chewing cud." American Heritage Dictionary) in search of synergy ("1. The interaction of two or more agents or forces so that their combined effect is greater than the sum of their individual effects.")


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