I don’t usually write much personal stuff on this blog, but tomorrow morning I will be moving across the country, from Tennessee to California, to start college. I’ve lived my entire life in the beautiful city of Chattanooga, and I couldn’t possibly love it more; but I’m extremely excited to be starting this new adventure in my life, with all of the new opportunities and experiences it will bring. To all the friends, peers, teachers, and mentors who have helped me along the way, but most of all, to my family, without whom I would be absolutely nowhere: my utmost thanks and appreciation to you; I am so grateful for all you’ve done.
For the next few weeks I will be moving, settling in, getting used to things, participating in orientations, and starting classes. As such, I probably won’t be having a whole lot of time for much writing. I have tried over this summer to post at least once, but more often twice a week. I have absolutely loved the experience of researching and getting my thoughts down, and to those of you who have read, followed, and commented on/interacted with my posts, I am extremely grateful to you as well. I fully intend to keep writing on a regular basis once I get settled in. Until then, I may post a few shorter things, or post links to other articles which I recommend, but it’ll probably be a few weeks before I get back to full length articles.
Once I return to a regular writing basis, I plan to write series on the last three of Aquinas’s Five Ways, continue my Person of Jesus series, and I have a few other series planned on various philosophical/theological topics. If there is any topic in particular, or any question, about which you’d like me to write, I’d love to hear suggestions!
Until then, thanks again!