As we celebrate joyfully in this season, we often tidy frequently. Mark Eckel describes how the act of housekeeping fits into our spiritual lives, letting us enter into many of the same modes of experience Christian scholars often seek in humanities study.
Normally, we here at the Emerging Scholars Blog like to get our posts up first thing the morning, so that you (our loyal reader) can enjoy some reading while you have your morning coffee and delay checking your email. Well, the best laid plans etc. etc. This week’s ESN Book Club post on Chapter Four, […]
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Welcome to the new Emerging Scholars Network (ESN) blog! [8/21/2008] We have created this blog as a supplement to the main ESN website, to direct you to useful resources for emerging Christian scholars around the web and to offer some “first thoughts” about issues affecting Christian scholars in the secular academy