Greetings to all. In a few hours, I will be departing on a bit of an adventure. After a night or so in England, I will be joining my fiancée at Heathrow and heading off to Uganda. My fiancée’s sister-in-law runs an orphanage there and her youngest brother has been spending a few months of his gap year working at a health clinic nearby. The whole family decided to go for a visit and they invited the two of us along! For a hint of what we’re going to be up to, have a look at the Esuubi Trust site. After the trip, I’ll be back in the UK for about 10 days or so. While I am cut off from the world of the internet, all the best and Godspeed.
May 12, 2009
By Ben Kautzer
About Ben Kautzer
I am currently dwelling in the intangible space of the between. Having finished my MA in Philosophical Theology at the University of Nottingham, I decided to take a bit of a break, return to California, and start applying for PhD programs. That process is finally drawing to a close. This Fall I will be commencing my doctoral research in political theology at either the University of Nottingham, Durham, or Bristol. As of yet, that future still remains (uncomfortably) uncertain. My recent academic pursuits tend to focus on political theology (ecclesiology, ethics, politics, liturgy), biblical theology (scriptural narrative, hermeneutics, philosophy of memory and historical method), and Continental Philosophy (especially phenomenology). View all posts by Ben Kautzer
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