Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Done with Classes!!!!

As of 3:10 today, I officially have no more classes at TEDS! Now I just need to finish my capstone and I am D-U-N, dun. I know this may sound a little sick, but I will miss TEDS; I really enjoyed my experience there and would absolutely tell anyone thinking of seminary that TEDS is the place to go.

Of course, I am so thankful for all of Elizabeth's love, support, and patience through the last 2 years. Her great editing skills helped me to look a lot smarter than I actually am. I am also looking forward to being able to spend more time with her and Ethan. She is such a great wife; I am beyond blessed to be able to lead her and love her.

Now, I can actually do my ministry to full capacity and not have to have a cloud of guilt constantly over my head because I know I could/should be doing a better job. At the same time though, I have no excuses.

My top 3 favorite profs were:
Marty Schoenleber - Church Planting
Robert W. Yarbrough - Intro to the NT (Buy anything this guy has published!!!)
John Feinberg - Systematic Theology - Holy Spirit, Church, and Last Things

Finally, a HUGE thanks to the Elders and people of Harvest Bible Chapel - Dekalb for their love and support and for giving an inexperienced wannabe a chance to engage in ministry while being in seminary which is very rare. I especially need to thank Steve Best for encouraging me, helping me process what I was learning, and for being my personal library.


Anonymous said...

My question is this, now that you can read whatever you want whenever you want, what's the first book you'll read?

Trevor Holloway said...

I think the first book I will read will be Continuity and Discontinuity: Perspectives on the Relationship Between the Old and New Testaments by John Feinberg. I will probably also read a bio of Jonathon Edwards by Ian Murray at the same time for something a little more inspirational and as a lighter read.

Anonymous said...

MY question is, when did you learn how to read?