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My Advice to Students — Craig Blomberg on How Doctoral Students Should Prepare for the First "Frantic" Year of Teaching
We are excited to launch a new series of weekly videos designed to advise and guide students who are studying for a future of ministry in the Church, whether in the academy or in congregations. In these specially curated videos, leading scholars of biblical studies will share their seasoned wisdom with you to help you navigate this important season of preparation.
Launching this series is an insightful interview with Dr. Craig Blomberg, author of several biblical commentaries and the upcoming book Christians in an Age of Wealth. His counsel is particularly directed at those who are pursuing doctoral studies or other advanced academic study with the intent of teaching at a college or university.
"The first year of teaching can be an extremely busy, even a frantic one," Blomberg says. In this video he shares how you should negotiate your time as a doctoral student in order to prepare for these early years of service.
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