“Back to School, back to school…”

“…so my blog readers won’t think I’m a fool…”

Just a quick heads-up post:

As you may remember, I’m an online student at Southern Seminary, and have been S-L-O-W-L-Y working through a Masters degree. (1/4 of the way there in 4 years! Yaaaay…) I took about a year off from school for various reasons, but now I’m back in the saddle.

This weekend is the beginning of an 8-week summer-term course in Biblical Hermeneutics. I’m really excited to get back to work, and to study this topic in particular. However, because it’s an 8-week mini-mester, the workload is pretty intense given the compressed timeframe.

This means that something has to get put on the back-burner, and that something is regular blog posting. (Well, “semi”-regular blog posting. …I can hear you snickering. Please stop.)

So I will post infrequently for the next two months. My hope is that by late July, I’ll be back to posting semi-regularly (with occasional gusts of consistent M-W-F posts).

If you check back here between now and then, you may find a few posts about my school work and a few book reviews (including reviews of Kill Devil and Unparalleled–still psyched about those!), but not much else, unless something major happens in the world that shakes me out of my bookish hiatus.

One GREAT way to keep up with this blog is to follow/subscribe below. The buttons for that are at the bottom of the page. That way, whenever I post, it is delivered directly to you! How easy is that?!?

Plus, I would really appreciate your “follow” or sign-up, because I don’t want to miss the opportunity to interact with you fine folks.

Okay, I’m out. If you’re the praying kind (and I hope you are), I would appreciate prayers for a good school term. And I’ll have a full report on the other side.

See you on the flip-flop,


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