PhD Students at Princeton Theological Seminary

This has all the makings of one of those posts that I’ll regret later on, but nevertheless… I’ve been an M.Div student at Princeton Seminary for five months now, and while that’s hardly enough time to make a definitive study … Continue reading

Competitive Greek Anxiety, Ph.D

So classes start this Monday. Well, one at least — my Greek class. And from what I’ve heard, that should be enough: It’s a ten-week course, and due to the “intensity” of it all, students are highly discouraged from working … Continue reading

Bend Over, Oral Roberts: Here Comes Pat Robertson!

Because Oral Roberts University doesn’t have enough problems now that Richard Roberts has officially resigned, suddenly Pat Robertson is offering his help. Great idea — replace one greedy, corrupt, power-tripping televangelist for another one. From Roberts’ son to Robertson. That’ll … Continue reading

Spanish Inquisition…Presbyterian Style

I’ve been writing a lot in the past few weeks, just not for my blog, unfortunately. As some of you know, I’m in the process of becoming an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (USA). To be accepted as an … Continue reading