25 July, 2012

D.G. Hart


Darryl G. Hart is a religious and social historian. Hart is an Adjunct Professor of church history at Westminster Seminary California. He served as dean of academic affairs from 2000-2003. He also taught church history at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, directed the Institute for the Study of American Evangelicals at Wheaton College, and was Director of Partnered Projects, Academic Programs and Faculty Development at the Intercollegiate Studies Institute in Wilmington, Delaware. He is an elder in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church.

2 comments:

You Are The Child said...

Joseph:

I wandered upon your blog this morning while perusing the web for other pipe smoking related blogs. It is interesting as I have discovered a couple of other theology related blogs to pipe smoking. I myself am an ex-minister (long story there) who has recently taken upon pipe smoking and have found it very relaxing and helpful for contemplation. Something about the process and tending of the pipe to slow one down. Anyway, still a newbie, but enjoying the process of learning.

I started my own blog related to pipelighters where you may, or may not, enjoy the musings of a newbie pipe smoker.

Thank you for the extensive list of famous pipe smokers. I'll enjoy learning more about them.

Thanks!
Dan

You Are The Child said...

Joseph:

I wandered upon your blog this morning while perusing the web for other pipe smoking related blogs. It is interesting as I have discovered a couple of other theology related blogs to pipe smoking. I myself am an ex-minister (long story there) who has recently taken upon pipe smoking and have found it very relaxing and helpful for contemplation. Something about the process and tending of the pipe to slow one down. Anyway, still a newbie, but enjoying the process of learning.

I started my own blog related to pipelighters where you may, or may not, enjoy the musings of a newbie pipe smoker.

Thank you for the extensive list of famous pipe smokers. I'll enjoy learning more about them.

Thanks!
Dan