I’ve not posted here much lately. Classes started this week so I’m not sure just how much time I’ll have.
Aside from that, here’s an update:
My wife and I celebrated our eighth anniversary earlier this week. I am fortunate to be married to such a woman. On the subject of marriage, go read this. Fr. Tobias is at his best — I think — on this very topic.
Classes began this week, as mentioned above. I’m signed up for Old Testament Theology and the cryptically titled “Personhood, Ministry and Discipleship.” We’ll see.
I am reading David Bentley Hart’s Atheist Delusions. It’s a fantastic book, really. Hart and Terry Eagleton have done some of the best work in taking on the militant ‘New Atheists.’
I’ve found a Greek reading partner. After three years in Nashville, I’ve got someone who is willing to sit down weekly and read Greek with me — bringing back the super dorky days of grad school! We began last week with Luke’s birth narrative (chaps. 1-3) and are making good progress so far.
Follow my book page — which I do keep updated — for an idea of what I’m up to during my long blogging silences.
See you soon.