So what am I going to be up to this semester? Well, quite a bit, actually. First, this is hopefully my final semester of my Master of Arts in Philosophy of Religion from SEBTS. I am taking nine hours of coursework and six hours of thesis work. My topic is on Dean Zimmerman’s anti-Molinist argument, and I am excited to get to work on it. That goes on top of my 40-hours-per-week job of faculty support and instructional design in SEBTS’ Distance Learning office.
Next, I’m also trying to apply for various PhD programs. That involves, in some cases, preparing to take the MAT and GRE tests, procuring letters of reference, and obtaining transcripts; in others, it’s these things and/or a research proposal for a dissertation. Much prayer is requested for wisdom in my research for PhD programs.
I’m also slated to teach two classes online for Trinity Baptist College this Fall. One of them is on Johannine Writings, and the other is on Bible Doctrines 2. Both classes are fun, and have quite a few signed up. At church, I should be on the rotation for our life class to teach, and I enjoy that too.
I need to do some additional research and book reviews at some point, while possibly attending EPS in Atlanta this November. I say all this to say that as busy as I have been this past summer, it’s about to take off for the Fall. Please pray for me that I find time to conduct this ministry, both to believers and unbelievers alike. God bless!