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Southern This Fall 

I've confirmed my schedule for the fall -- my first full semester at Southern. I'm taking Biblical Hermeneutics with Dr. William Cook, Intro to Christian Philosophy with Dr. Ronald Nash, and Systematic Theology I with Dr. Al Mohler.

Systematic only meets on Fridays, and it's my only class on Friday. The other two meet Tuesday through Thursday. I'm out by noon on Friday, and 1:30 the other days, so my bloging schedule is going to depend on my work schedule.

If you can't tell, I'm excited to be going back to school. I'm really looking forward to studying under some of the people who are shaping evangelical Baptist theology. It's going to be a big change from me teaching a class full of teenagers, to me learning in a class, but I'm ready for it.

We're heading for Louisville on Friday, so I can arrange for housing and work. Saturday I take my placement test for Church History, and Tuesday I may take the test for New Testament. Tuesday is orientation, and classes start Wednesday. Needless to say, blogging may be a little light this weekend, but I'll try to have at least one thing up each day.


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