Of making many books there is no end, and much study is a weariness of the flesh
I haven’t had much time to blog over the last two months. I know that my faithful readers check daily for updates and are disappointed. I beg your forgiveness…
When I returned from South Africa after a successful thesis defense and a vacation with my bride, I dove (or dived) right into papers for ETS and SBL spring conferences. Both conferences were enjoyable, and my work was well-received. My ETS paper is posted on the Papers & Presentations page; I did not post the SBL paper because I am hoping to publish it very soon. My MTh thesis, “From Time-Bound to Timeless: The Rhetoric of Lamentations and its Appropriation,” is linked as well.
I’m currently throwing all my energy into my dissertation proposal, which I hope to have completed by the end of April. I am also teaching a summer graduate class at PBU in June, so May and June will be devoted to preparation/grading.
Daniel is as cute as ever, and he learns more words each day. He is having a difficult time learning that he must not stand on the couch, or touch the microwave or TV. He spends quite a bit of 30-second segments in "timeout." But he is a pleasant boy who loves his parents and his grandparents, and is generally healthy and happy. We are grateful.
I am visiting PBU and Westminster today, adding briefly-annotated bibliographical entries to my Chronicles notes…
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