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malcolm chamberlain

musings about the emerging church, mission and contemporary culture...

God is at large, intimately involved in his world in ways that the church is maybe just waking up to!

it is finished...

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

This blog was set up over five years ago, just ahead of me beginning fieldwork in researching for an MPhil thesis. The original post and explanation is 'here' and I can't quite believe it was so long ago! Well, it's all over - the thesis has finally been written, examined, corrected (I was asked to make minor modifications following the viva), and has been passed! This morning I've sent the final version off to the printers to be printed and bound (not a cheap exercise!) and then it's all done!! The picture (left) is the title page - hopefully it's not as dull as it sounds! In fact, my examiners were really encouraging and enthusiastic about it, claiming it is an excellent piece of work and should be published - we'll see!!!

I thought I'd post again to kind of bring this blog to some kind of closure (yes, it has been very quiet recently) now that the initial reason for setting it up has passed. I'm not going to close it down because I want to keep the archive of discussions to look back on and, who knows, I may even post something from time to time! If you've been a part of the conversations on this blog over the last five years, a big thank you. I've really enjoyed engaging with others over some of the stuff I've been thinking about and working on.

The thesis may be finished, but the mission continues - cheers!

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posted by Malcolm Chamberlain, 2:41 PM

3 Comments:

Any chance of a PDF of it???

Shalom

Gordon

commented by Blogger GordonG, 6:04 AM  

I'd like to read it too ...

Rob

commented by Blogger Rob Sykes, 6:50 PM  

Per favore vedere

/www.versolanuovacreazione.it /

Dio ti benedica

commented by Blogger Angelo Vecchione, 5:43 AM  

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