Posts Tagged ‘freedom’

I want to know who decided that it would be a good idea to knight Salman Rushdie. Apparently, Tony Blair gave his rubber stamp of approval, though he was damned either way. If he’d said no, he’d be appeasing people, and now that he’s said yes, I wouldn’t be surprised to see another fatwa out […]

I don’t look like I should be a masters student, at least not an MA in theology student. Maybe an MFA, or something such. I look like a professional slacker, or so I’ve been told. My boss has a had time reconciling what I look like and what he knows I am. I think its […]

summer term


I love my class. Patristics is wonderful, and I’m putting all of that work from Trinity and Christology to good use. But I hate summer terms. Thirteen classes, because of Memorial day, and then down to twelve because of a conference. How are we supposed to cover 700 years of patristic theology in twelve classes? […]

I’m done!


And my final’s not even due until Sunday! As a professional slacker and procrastinator, I’m astounded. I was certain I’d be at Doc’s this Sunday diligently typing away while everyone else was outside enjoying the theology club picnic. Yes, my alma matter has a theology club, and we have end of the year picnics. But […]

I’m sitting here, reading Mahmood Ahmadinejad’s blog, wondering if I should worry that the government is watching me, and keeping tabs on the fact that 2/3 of the blogs I read are written by people living in the middle east? Mostly Lebanon and Saudi Arabia. Gosh darn, I hope not. Otherwise, there could be some […]