Saturday, November 21, 2009

Arrived in New Orleans

And had a great evening checking out Bourbon Street with Jim West. Bit shocking though. Let's just say that there weren't only chicken breasts in shop windows for all to taste and see. I.e. it is a bit of a mini-Amsterdam. We turning the street, after a lovely meal, and the culture changed 180 degrees. High culture shops and well dressed (well, just dressed) people, in complete contrast with the New Orleans just one street away. Variety is the spice of life, I suppose!

Tomorrow morning I'll head asap to the book hall over the road in Marriott. Perhaps see some of you there! Here are some of our pictures from tonight.


At 11/21/2009 7:21 AM, Anonymous Kelly said...

Did you study under Max Turner at LST? I'm from the U.S. What can you tell me about the post-grad reputation of LST? Are there others in the area of NT whom you would reccomend? I found your name on I am currently in the application process at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. How would a school like LST compare with a U.S. counterpart like SBTS? I would greatly appreciate your input.

At 11/22/2009 9:37 PM, Anonymous steph said...

hey - steal that one of me kissing jim and post that! He'll kill both of us but I believe in our resurrection ;-)

At 11/24/2009 8:37 PM, Anonymous Chris Tilling said...

hi Kelly,
I did study under Max - great guy. I am not sure I can answer your questions. The postgrad reputation f LST is decent, I think - Rabens, Fatehi, Munzinger, Bennema etc.

The college is evangelical, in an open or broadminded sense.


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