Monday, August 20, 2007

Transferring

I don't like to get too terribly personal on this blog (other than my breakdown below concerning my books...but I knew there were those of you out there who could appreciate the pain), but I figure since this announcement has to do with school, this is an appopriate venue. Next Monday I will start classes at Franciscan University of Steubenville majoring in Theology. I realize that as a senior, this is pretty much academic suicide and a terrible idea on my part. However, after a considerable amount of study and prayer, I decided to reconcile with the Catholic Church about a month ago. As such, I will no longer be able to pursue my education at Southeastern.

Anyone can leave any comments they wish, but I would like to reiterate that the only reason I'm really sharing this on this blog is because it effects my studies and this blog is about my time spent as a student of the New Testament and all things related.

5 comments:

Stephen C. Carlson said...

That's in Ohio, right?

Now that I've just arrived to the Raleigh-Durham area, I feel like we're two ships passing in the night!

Stephen C. Carlson said...

At any rate, I wish you the best on your new course of studies.

Josh McManaway said...

It is in Ohio...a smelly, smelly town in Ohio. I'm not really a fan of much above the Mason-Dixon line, but oh well. And thanks for the encouragement. I'm particularly excited to see all the good stuff you produce while at Duke. I'm hoping to go there for my MA and Ph.D, so perhaps I'll have to ask you for your secret on getting in.

Jacob Paul Breeze said...

Just found your blog. I am also a Senior (BA) in New Testament in Illinois. Good luck with the switch! :)

Jim said...

Now I expect that you'll apply for Associate Membership in the CBA and when you finish your PhD, active membership. I'll be happy to be one of your sponsors. Drop me a line if you wish.