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Signifying on the World Religions Paradigm: My Introduction to Religion Course

This fall I joined Elizabethtown College as an Assistant Professor of Religious Studies. The department is situated in a comprehensive liberal arts college with historical roots in Church of the Brethren. 1,075 more words


US University Tour- Day 1 (Harvard)

As you may know, I’m also applying to universities in the US in addition to the UK, those being:

US Med School

College Majors and feelings of underemployment

Make of it what you will…note how a transfer to the Business School doesn’t necessarily guarantee you anything.

The college majors most and least likely to lead to underemployment


My Treasure Is on Earth

Another transition I had to make after leaving Christianity was shifting from “eternity” thinking to here-and-now thinking. My old mental habit of thinking that this life was only a short passage to a heavenly one kept showing up in new places, and I’d realize, “Oh! 396 more words

The Angst of a Recent Graduate

This post was supposed to be about the difference between racism in the U.S. and Europe, or about the situation in Iraq, or about the guys in my town that are leaving to join the war in Afghanistan in October. 1,039 more words

A Visit to Hope College

When a chance to speak at the Dressage 4 Kids Midwest event took me to Michigan’s “Upper West Side,” I seized the opportunity to squeeze in a couple of campus visits while I was in the area. 450 more words

Campus Tour

Technology Aids Access Of Classicists To Classics

We do not know whether James has made his way to the library yet, but we imagine there are classical treasures in the vaults at Harvard University that can only be appreciated in person. 477 more words