Wednesday, September 3, 2003

Back to School

Must be fall. All the neighbourhood kids are back at school, and yesterday I enrolled not-quite-full-time at Providence Theological Seminary. Yes, that's right, I've gone back to the same school I did my bachelor's degree at (although it was known as Winnipeg Bible College waaay back in ancient times like the 1980s), and I'm taking courses once again.


One of which is Pre-Reformation Christian Thought, which I'm really looking forward to. If you HAVEN'T read The Celtic Way of Evangelism, repent. It's got all the things that make a great book: good research, practical and en-visionating ideas, and it's a readable length (meaning: short). Anyway, that book has whetted my appetite for more study on ancient Christianity. Plus, a friend of mine from the Vineyard in Portage La Prairie is going to be in my class, which will make it more fun.

Wow. Being in my old school is interesting. This time around, I'm not the only guy with an earring, but I'm still "the guy with the hair" only this time it's morphed to "the OLD guy with the hair"...

I've been "conditionally accepted" to do a Doctorate degree in postmodern ministry models at Leonard Sweet's school, but I have to upgrade a few deficiencies in my original Master's degree, which is why I'm at Prov again.

And why I haven't blogged in a couple of days, and also why this blog is pretty mundane. :)

Life just took (yet another) interesting turn!

Man, textbooks are waaaay over-priced!

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