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Ben Byerly
Worked at Africa International University
Attended Trinity International University (TEDS)
Lives in Alsace, France
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Do you wish you had a couple other (dissertation) writers to check in on your daily progress and to share tips about overcoming challenges and increasing productivity? Do you know of someone who does?

Join a small, low-key (i.e. for free) Academic Ladder-like support group that has space for a couple of new members--one member just submitted. (Send me a message for details or to test it out for a week.)
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Me me me. I hope to get chapters out the door by end of the year but need the final boost.
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"A bomb expert prepares to force open a briefcase that was abandoned at the busy GPO bus stage in Nairobi July 26, 2012. There were fears that it contained a bomb." How's that for guts!?!

http://www.nation.co.ke/News/Bomb+scare+in+Nairobi/-/1056/1463634/-/ajs6nkz/-/index.html
Police have forced open an abandoned briefcase at a busy bus stage in Nairobi suspected to have contained a bomb.
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I didn't get a chance to read this article, but it's definitely worth sharing.
 
The problem of tweeting without reading by +Mindy Withrow

"Let’s get something straight: 140 characters is a headline, not an article. An opening salvo, not an argument..."

#twitter #newsweek #washingtonpost

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The opportunity was just too good to pass up. ;-).
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Dear Friends,. I was on the third floor of our house a few weeks ago, talking on the phone, when I noticed a small hole in the wall over my desk. I didn't think much of it until a few hours later,...
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Biblical Studies, Coaching (Spiritual Life, Academic)
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Full-time dad
Education
  • Trinity International University (TEDS)
    Master of Arts in Religion, 1997 - 2003
  • Westminster Theological Seminary
    MDiv, 1998 - 2001
  • Wheaton College
    Bible and Theology, 1988 - 1992
  • Ivory Coast Academy
    High School, 1984 - 1988
  • Africa International University
    PhD New Testament, 2006 - 2016
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Benjamin
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Work
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Biblical Studies Researcher and Life Coach
Employment
  • Africa International University
    Adjuct Lecturer, 2014 - 2016
    Lecturer in Biblical Studies
  • Pioneers
    2010 - present
  • AIU, Institute for the Study of African Realities (ISAR)
    Research Fellow, 2010 - 2015
  • Trinity International University
    Program Assistant, 1997 - 1998
  • Bookfame
    present
  • AAMVA
    Legal and Legislative Analyst, 1994 - 1997
  • famille je t'aime
    2016 - present
    Supporting and Encouraging Volunteer Marriage and Family Counselors
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Currently
Alsace, France
Previously
Nairobi, Kenya - Paris, France - Washington, DC - Whitinsville, MA - Yekepa, Liberia - Wheaton, IL - Congo
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52 A rue du Mannberg 68360 SOULTZ France
The biblical studies portion of my time at WTS was life changing. The other half of my time was mostly a waste of time and effort--minutia about Presbyterian polity and narrow fundamentalist theology. I haven't touched notes from any of those classes since. Now the more fundamentalist Reformed administration has systematically purged all the phenomenal biblical studies faculty that breathed such wonderful life into the institution: Stephen Taylor, Dan McCartney, Peter Enns, Chris Fantuzzo, and now Doug Green--all gone!
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