Tuesday, May 23, 2006


In 4 minutes I begin a day of Methodist Polity, Methodist Theology, and the History of Methodism with Frank Gulley- who is an absolute icon of Methodist Polity. He was the head of Methodist studies at Vanderbilt.

If you didn't know I am Licensing School this week and I am in the company of some absolutly retarded "foos" (they said that not me, however it is true)

More to come later today, for now- it's THE GULLEY!! I don't have a picture of Dr. Gulley but he has an insane resemblance to this guy:


Mary Beth said...

Woo hoo for the Gulley!

I actually have no idea who that is, but your enthusiasm was so contagious that I had to shout for myself!

TN Rambler said...

I'm impressed that you have internet access at Beersheba. Sounds like you're having a good time at school.

The Whitefield Report said...

I'm glad that licensing school is taking our great Wesleyan Heritage so seriously for once. I try to say in my blog how important it is that we get back to our roots as WESLEYAN Christians and kick it to these hippie liberals.

Thunder Jones said...

I dare you to drop the terms Holy Eucharist, real presence, or sacrament of reconciliation in class. Rile up the Methobaptists.

St.Phransus said...

didn't have to- Dr. Gulley beat me to it. He Da' Man!!

Mary Beth said...

Back to school, back to school.
To prove to Wills that I'm not a fool.
I got my Discipline, my quadrilateral.
Lord I hope that Gulley's not dull!

Sorry. Coudln't help it.

Thunder Jones said...

I think I love him.

David said...

Is that anything like a Driver's license?

St.Phransus said...

yup, a license to drive "the devil" outta the souls of da "chirch". yez lawd!!


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Jonathan said...

I'm sure Dr. Gulley is 'Da Man' and all that, but I am not in total agreement with his article on why we ordain women. He seems to be saying, we ordain women despite what the Scripture says. I would rather he said, we ordain women BECAUSE of what Scripture says.

But Dr. Gulley seems really good- esp. for people like Thunder who always seem surprised to hear that Methodists do have a sacramental theology. :)