After an unnsuccesful hour of trying to fall asleep after what has likely been the 11 busiest days of my life, and knowing that this current night is the last time I'll sleep in my bed for the next week, and that later "tonight" I'll be "sleeping" on a plane, I just can't stop the lists from running in my head, so maybe if I climb down from the old loft bed and type something out here, my brain will take a seven hour nap for the rest of tonight.
So in honor of the 50 pages worth of reserach papers I've written since mid-August, one of which I finished an hour or so ago, I thought I'd post the titles of my recent ones. After all, coming up with titles is my favorite part of any paper, (besides doing the research and reading the finished paper again about once a month). So here ya go:
RISING ABOVE OUR NATURAL CAPACITY
FINDING OURSELVES NATURALLY CAPABLE:
Searching For Continuity From Plato To Kant
GIVING THE BENEFIT OF THE DOUBT:
A Case For Compassion And Creativity In The Interpretation Of Reuben’s Biggest Mistake.
IT’ S OKAY TO ASK:
Ways Philosophic Principles Can Guide the Church
WORSHIPPING FROM THE HEART OF CULTURE
Lessons from the Early Church for the
Seeker-Church Movement, in the face of Postmodernism
“HE WHO HAS EARS LET HIM HEAR”
What The Emerging Discipline Of
Has To Teach Us About The Text
We Thought We Knew By Heart.
PULLING AWAY TO STAY CLOSE:
A Look at Dismissive Attachment Strategies in Partnered Relationships
I know, so fun right?
No, I mean it.
Which is why I'm doing it for four years instead of two.
But I would like a little break or something...
The Briefing 4.21.17
2 days ago