When an "A" Might Be Sin

By on July 30, 2008

I’m back! I’m sure no one has noticed, but since the last Love & Marriage post 6 weeks ago I’ve been missing in combat. Jeff and I have discovered that — surprise! — baby #2 is on the way. Consequently sleeping, throwing up, and consuming an embarrassing quantity of cheesy bean burritos has taken precedent Read More...


Taking Systematic Theology via Twitter

By on July 29, 2008

Ever wanted to sit in on a Systematic Theology class? Not able to attend seminary right now? Too lazy to go to iTunes U and listen to hours and hours of lectures? Well, here’s your solution, follow me through the wonders of a one week intensive of Systematic Theology via Twitter. That’s right, I’ll be Read More...

Thinking About Postgraduate Studies

By on July 28, 2008

When I began seminary, I thought I was one of the more unique students. I was Canadian, of Dutch heritage, and wanting to pursue and academic career instead of pastoral ministry. It turns out that I am the only Canadian, one of two people of Dutch heritage, but only one of a significant number of Read More...


GoingtoSeminary.com Vodcast Added to iTunes

By on July 28, 2008

Just a quick note to say that the Dr. Frame interview and all future interviews are going to be available via the GoingtoSeminary.com Vodcast in iTunes. Feel free to check it out and subscribe. There is also a new subscribe button at the top of all pages on GoingtoSeminary.com. Read More...


We've Got Video

By on July 25, 2008

So, video killed the radio star… but what about the blogger? I guess time will tell. For all you who wondered what our teaser the other day was all about, well here it is. We’ve added a new section called “interviews” to the website where we are going to begin (slowly) to add some video Read More...


Interview with Dr. John Frame

By on July 25, 2008

Jake and I had the opportunity the other day to sit down with Dr. John Frame of Reformed Theological Seminary – Orlando (RTS-O) and ask him several questions related to his writings and experience in the seminary environment. The interview revolved around two writings of Dr. Frame that I believe to be “must reads” for Read More...





Called To Preach?

By on July 21, 2008

If you were to ask most seminarians what their calling is, they would probably respond with something like, “I am called to preach.” For most seminarians this is true; however, I have had some recent experiences that leads me to question what it means to be “called to preach.” I am not saying this is Read More...