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Fall 2017 - Intro to the NT

My first class at Asbury Theological Seminary this fall is an Introduction to the New Testament.  For those who have asked, this is my required reading list: 217 more words

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First Day of College (Moving in Twice)

For as long as I can remember, college has been something I dreamed about. I idolized the ideas of freedom, individuality, and escape that surround it. 470 more words

Modern Chemistry Is Tripping Over Asbury

Modern Chemistry has been around the local scene quite a while now and they are no stranger to Asbury Park. Holding their previous record release at a smaller venue on the boardwalk taking over the House Of Independents was a no brainer. 77 more words

Shows

Asbury athletics: NAIA vs. DIII

For schools of Asbury’s size, it can be difficult to know where exactly to fit in in terms of athletics. For 78 years, the National Association of International Athletics (NAIA) has acted as a governing body for “small athletics programs that are dedicated to character-driven intercollegiate athletics.” In all, the NAIA represents over 60,000 student-athletes from across the United States. 404 more words

Writing

Breakfast at Arlene's

Breakfast at Arlene’s is original artwork inspired by my photography in Ocean City, NJ. Printed on 55 lb., 10.4 point thick archival paper with a smooth matte finish and fade-resistance for rated for 90+ years. 28 more words

Archival Prints

A Seminary Adventure

I have no idea what I have gotten myself into.  Today I received an acceptance letter from Asbury Theological Seminary to start an M.A. in Biblical Studies this fall, as a long-distance learner.   486 more words

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“Indecent Exposure”

On this date in 1926, H.L. Mencken was arrested for possessing and selling “indecent” literature after he sold a copy of The American Mercury to the secretary of the Boston Watch and Ward Society. 28 more words

Publishing History