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100 miles per hour

At least that’s what it feels like at the moment. Lots of jobs to do before mid-semester break at the end of the week: postgrad class last night, endless admin tasks, assignment marking, a research paper to be making urgent progress on, and of course preparations for this Saturday’s Courses and Careers Day at the University of Auckland (which I’ll be giving the theology lecture for, as well as being on the stall for some of the day). Plus, there’s an ICBC meeting on Monday to be prepared for too.

Anyway, if you’re interested in finding out more about theology at the University of Auckland (whether for a programme like the BTheol or Graduate Diploma, or as part of something like a BA or BSc conjoint programme), and want to come and talk to some staff and current students it’s all happening this Saturday on campus. (See the link above for details).

I’m looking forward to the end of next week when, in theory, some of the minutiae of the first term has disappeared.

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