It’s difficult to believe I’ve been in Oxford for four days now. I’m here to study at the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (CMRS), a program in association with Keble College. The program is housed in St. Michael’s Hall, a cobbled-together building which runs between Shoe Lane and Queens Street in the centre of […]

This summer I’ve been writing over at the Bethel at War project blog. And while you are certainly welcome to browse the content on that website, I want to highlight here what I consider to be some of my most interesting work. First among that work is my five part series chronicling the Baptist General Conference’s response […]