Fides et Ratio

Faith Seeking Understanding

Location: Texas

I am a 21 year old student at Dallas Baptist University majoring in Philosophy.

Tuesday, March 01, 2005


I have been working an incredible amount of hours recently, attributing to the fact that I haven't posted much lately (thanks to Adam Naranjo's encouraging comments for me to keep up posting). I worked 57 hours last week. I work the niught shift at a gas station, and yesterday was my first day off in two weeks. I also noticed that Adam linked two of one of my mentors and heroes' papers, Dr. David Naugle. I have so much to attribute for my growth as a Christian thniker. His introduction to Philosophy class my Freshman year of college rocked my world, as did his Philosophy of Religion class. DBU needs him, and he does a terrific job of shaping the school's view on education.

I am thankful that I can call him a mentor of mine (as was my other Philosohpy professor, Todd Kappelman). It is pretty funny that both Philosophy professors at a Baptist school were both Calvinists. I am thankful to God that I can call Dr. Naugle a friend and a fellow co-laborer for the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We still communicate often, and will probably get back together often when I return to the Dallas Metroplex in the Fall (though, just not at DBU. I will be going to the University of Texas at Arlington and majoring in English and Philosophy; which will mean that I will graduate a yr and a half late or so.). Thanks once again to Adam for the encouragement, because I certainly need it. I am going to find some essays by Professor Kappelmann for him to post, because they are high quality just like Dr. Naugle's are. Kyrie Eleison en hymin. Amen.


Blogger Daniel F. Wells said...

Glad to see another young adult who has a passion for a biblical worldview and for solid theology. Keep on bloggin!

Blessings in Christ,
Daniel F. Wells

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