A Public Apology

Walking the line between confident self-expression and pompous diatribe is tricky (ironically enough, “diatribe” comes from a Greek word that means “waste of time”). This is certainly true of blogs in general, and mine specifically. Last week, I crossed that … Continue reading

Daddy, Is Jesus God?

People have started wars, split churches, and even been burned at the stake over this simple question casually posed to me by my three year old son last night at dinner. “Daddy, is Jesus God?” It would have been easy … 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

New Home, New Beginning

(NOTE: for more pictures from our journey to and arrival at Princeton, click here) We arrived in Princeton today at around 11:00am, found the Seminary Housing Office, and got our keys to our new apartment without much difficulty.  Now, making … Continue reading