As some of you may know, for the last year I have been posting more at the biblioblog Near Emmaus, where I have enjoyed the company of other students with similar interests in bringing biblical studies and theological reflection to a mixed audience of academics, clergy, and laity. This project, combined with an extremely busy final year of seminary (I graduated from CBTS last weekend), took up quite a bit of my spare time over the last year, resulting in far fewer posts here at Everyday Rev.
On June 20, the blogging community at Near Emmaus will cease regular posting. You can find more information about that decision here. In light of this new development, I have decided that it is probably time to end my blogging run here at Everyday Revolutionary, as well. In the meantime, however, I have moved all of my old Everyday Revolutionary posts in addition to my posts for Near Emmaus to my new personal website, joshuapaulsmith.wordpress.com. This new blog will be my landing page, a sort of calling card where I can park information about my academic and professional career. But I will also occasionally post my thoughts on theology, biblical studies, literature, hobbies, and on non-human animal ethics/theology. While the new site will be under construction for the next week or two, I would still encourage you to head over to joshuapaulsmith.wordpress.com and click "follow" on the right-hand side of the screen.
Thank you all for reading this blog and Near Emmaus. I hope you'll stick with me as I move on to my new web home.