Earlier this week, a friend of mine pulled out his phone and opened what looked like Google maps. Only, it looked more pixelated, and it showed not restaurants but Pokemon. I was introduced then to the new craze that is Pokemon Go. Pokemon Go is a virtual reality smartphone game in which players can find, […]
If you follow this blog, you may have noticed that we have had a fair few changes in both website design and scheduled contributors here. Amidst theses exciting changes, there has also been a renewed attention on the hit-rate of the site—and I guess, that has given me some pressure: I don’t really know how […]
I’m realizing how narrow my vision is. I get so busy in seeing the urgent problems in front of me, that I forget to step back and see the bigger picture in what is actually happening. For example, since I work in Purchasing, and it’s currently nearing the fiscal-year end, we’ve had a high volume […]
Last summer, I blogged about attending ‘The Actuality of the Theologico-Political’ conference which featured a panel with Rowan Williams and Slavoj Žižek sitting next to each other. This summer of the British election year, there seems to be a fair few events related to ‘political theology’ in the UK, and I thought I would list them […]
I am very excited to announce that the third installment of Ecclesia and Ethics is just around the corner! This year our main theme will be: Human Sexuality. Registration is now officially open; the cost of admission is $10, which goes straight to charity. You can find information for registration here. Be sure to tell […]
A friend and I are working on a Digital Humanities Project called AncientThought.com and we are currently looking for contributors. I am currently serving as the Pauline Editor and my task is to round up people involved in work at the post-grad level (or beyond) that would be willing to contribute a short (500-1,500 words) essay […]
The University of Aberdeen (in Scotland) will be hosting a conference on the legacy of the Reformation, entitled, The Freedom of a Christian Ethicist. It looks like a fantastic conference and if I hadn’t just moved across the pond I’d be very keen to check it out. The conference will be held 24–25 October, 2014 […]
This past week my family and I had the great blessing of attending a famous Christian conference that has been held for over 139 years in the same place here in the UK. The conference itself is named after the city of Keswick which is situated right in the middle of the Lake District, one […]
If you plan on attending the annual AAR/SBL conference this November in San Diego, CA and enjoy craft beer like we do, then you won’t want to miss out on our reception: the Society for Beer Lovers & Assorted Academic Research (SBLAAR). Save the Date: Saturday, November 22nd from 7:00pm—10:00pm at Saint Joseph Cathedral (1535 […]
I’ve been asked to be one of the editors of a newish website (ancientthought.org) focusing on Early Christianity and Philosophy. We have some great contributions by people well established in their field as well as some up and coming scholars. Right now I am looking for people willing to write short articles (1,55-2,000 words) on […]
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John Anthony Dunne on The ‘Blurred Lines’ of Plagiarism, Ownership, and Christian Practice Excellent stuff here Kris! I love this.
John Anthony Dunne on Reflections on Catfishing (Part One): Being Known By God Kris, that's awesome! I totally missed that one because I ...
Kris Song on The ‘Blurred Lines’ of Plagiarism, Ownership, and Christian Practice A FB Commenter (Chris Porter) raised the insightful comment about ...
Kris Song on Reflections on Catfishing (Part One): Being Known By God Thanks for sharing this, John. The topic of identity ...