Blog Slowdown

I’m presently handling a summer class on constitutional law 1 at the University of St. La Salle College of Law this summer – 3 hours a day, 3 times a week, and I’m glad to have the opportunity to teach law again (after almost a year of teaching historical theology at Asian Theological Seminary). These are interesting times to be teaching constitutional law. For example, tonight I’ll be lecturing on separation of powers and of necessity I’ll be touching on the SC’s latest ruling on EO 464. I was up till past midnight trying to finish more than 50 pages of that decision – of course, I do skip a paragraph here and a paragraph there. But I think I got the gist of the whole thing (I hope I did, for the sake of my class!). So nowadays the only books I read are my Bible, David Wells’ Above All Earthly Pow’rs (he’s not easy to read so I have to go slowly), and my books on constitutional law. That means, however, I won’t have enough time to post more often on this blog. At any rate, though there’s going to be a slow down somewhat I intend to post on a number of things soon: EO 464 of course, maybe more on Da Vinci, maybe something on Christian faith and secular open-mindedness and maybe my reaction to David Wells’ book after I finish reading it. We’ll see what happens …

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