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The New Christians

I Guess I Needed More Time Off

I tried to jump back into the social media world this week, but I just couldn’t muster up anything interesting to write.  Life has been busy: I spent the entire last week with my kids — one of the greatest weeks of my life; JoPa is active — we’ve signed our first contract with others in the works, and we’ve got two of our own events this fall; I’ve started a half-time job with a new media company; I’m editing the Didache book; and I’ve dived back in to work on my dissertation.

So, all in all, it’s been busy.  I’ll be back in full force on July 1, reporting from the Cornerstone Festival.

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posted June 26, 2009 at 10:31 am

Rest, rest, perturbed spirit! -Hamlet Act I Scene V

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Aaron R.

posted June 26, 2009 at 12:34 pm

If you’re interested, I tagged you in a “book meme” that has been traveling around the biblio-blogosphere. The prompt is to list your top 5 books or scholars that have most greatly influenced the way you read the Bible:
You’re tagged at the bottom ;-D.

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