I’m in the middle of grading confessions, and my friend Chris Brauns just blogged on the grade that my mentor and predecessor, Joe Crawford, gave his first confession. Chris reminds us that precision is everything in theology (and anything else that matters), that we really don’t know what we believe until we can write it down on paper, and that good theology is not written but rewritten.
I also realized from Chris’ piece that despite my reputation with some students, I am a big softy. So if you are one of my students and you received a paper back this week, deduct another ten points to get your new grade.
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