Hi. I am Margaret Adam, and I am about to begin a conversation with Joel Garver, which we hope will be joined by some others shortly. We’d like to talk about some ramifications of Radical Orthodoxy for the life of the church.
First, I’ll share that I live in Evanston, IL, on the campus of Seabury Western Theological Seminary, where my husband, AKMA, teaches. I finished a MTS at Seabury in the spring of 2003, and I am currently waiting to hear from PhD programs in theology to see where I’ll be going in the fall. Meanwhile, I am continuing to do what I’ve been doing for the past many years--homeschool our kids. Our oldest is in college now, so we are down to two. One is almost 17 and one is 10.
I am a cradle Episcopalian, daughter of one Episcopal priest, married to another, and firmly settled into lay ministry, myself. I am a sometime freelance editor and indexer (which vocation by no means guarantees that my own writing is well edited), I am a vegetarian, I like mystery and thriller/suspense novels, and I have a small and not very bright dog named Bea (Beatrice, as in Dante).Posted by Margaret at January 19, 2004 11:13 PM