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I am a Master of Theology!

On May 15, 2014, after eight years of part-time study, I received my MA in Theology, with a concentration in systematics. Our graduation was held in the beautiful central chapel of St. Mary’s Seminary and University, into which we (and … Continue reading

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Surprise!

Tonight was my school’s Annual Dinner to honor the Class of 2014, Dean’s List Students, and Distinguished Faculty (all capitalization in original). As a member of the class of 2014, I was happy to attend and celebrate with classmates, faculty, … Continue reading

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How do you solve a problem like Maria write a thesis, anyway?

I haven’t been blogging much lately; I’ve had an awful lot going on in my personal, work, and of course academic life, as I’m working on my thesis, which has been rough going. I realized tonight that I didn’t go … Continue reading

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Fun exam

I’m working on my final exam for early church history today, and it is such a neat exam! We pick one of the general areas covered in the class — I picked Christology — and then we are to create … Continue reading

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Topics in Early Church History?

My fall semester class on Early Church History started tonight. My prof is very enthusiastic: this is her favorite period of history and her favorite class to teach. So that should be fun! We have 12 people in the class, … Continue reading

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It’s Done!!! !!!

My final paper on Paul is finally done!! And with it, my summer independent study. What a great experience this has been. If you had asked me for a copy, I will email it out to you in a couple … Continue reading

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Talk with me about St. Paul

This summer, I’m doing an independent study course, Catholic, Protestant, and Orthodox Perspectives on Paul, with Dr. Michael Gorman. Independent studies are great, because you can tune them to your interests; but they’re a bit lonely, because you don’t have … Continue reading

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A Fluffy Friday Post

Friday already! Last night was my final class of my pneumatology course – we are all still finishing our final papers, which are due by email next week (thus my lack of blogging lately), but this was our last meeting. … Continue reading

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Which church?

I’m taking an ecclesiology class this semester, and classes started last night. Early in the discussion, there was a distinction made between the “congregation”, meaning the folks who gather to worship together in a particular place on Sunday, and the … Continue reading

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