Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Pietist Schoolman: Congrats on 1000 Posts

Christ Gehrz: The Pietist Schoolman
If you are not reading Chris Gehrz's blog, The Pietist Schoolman, you are missing some great analysis at the intersection of history, higher education, and Christian faith.  Chris recently published his 1000th post.  Unlike The Way of Improvement Leads Home, which posts a lot of links with short commentary, or sometimes no commentary at all, Chris churns out 1500 word original posts nearly every day.  This is no small feat.  No wonder he is tired.

Chris will be scaling down a bit, but I am sure he will continue to deliver the solid commentary and analysis we have come to expect from his excellent blog.

Congratulations, Pietist Schoolman!

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