Augustine: Patron Saint of Bloggers?

I started reading Augustine’s Confessions today, in conjunction with a chapter “about” him (and his theological positions) in my Church History textbook.  I find myself growing more and more perplexed, being pulled in two separate directions. On one hand, when … Continue reading

First Seminary Paper

I have a paper due in my Education and Formation class this Friday — as described in the syllabus, it’s a five page “reflective essay about key elements, components, people, events that have contributed most to [my] education and formation … 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