BJU School of Religion Blog

by Apr 15, 2014ChurchLife, Personal0 comments

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Over a year ago, Kerry McGonigal and I decided to put our heads together, go through the proper channels, and make the case for a BJU School of Religion (SOR) blog. After an initial meeting or two, I dropped out and let Kerry go the rest of the way (since I’m not part of the SOR).

Congratulations, Kerry, and all SOR faculty—the new blog is here. Now write us something interesting, SOR. I’m a subscriber. I know you have it in you!

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