3 New Essays submitted for Peer Review

About two weeks ago, I submitted 3 essays for Peer Review in order to perhaps get them published in an academic journal. The essay titles & place of submission now follow:

  1. McCall, Bradford. “The Immanently Creative Spirit.” Zygon: Journal of Science and Religion 54 (2019): under review. Submitted on 12/19/18.

2. McCall, Bradford. “Derrida & Non-Human Animals: An Exploration of Shared Animality.” Philosophy and Theology 31 (2019): under review. Submitted on 12/18/18.

3. McCall, Bradford. “Charles Sanders Peirce’s Evolutionary Developmental Teleology and Causation.” Wesleyan Theological Journal: under review. Submitted on 12/18/18.

 

I am confident that I will get at least two more publications from the above essays, if not all three. Wish me luck!

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3 New Essays submitted for Peer Review

Haught Reader

I am editing a book called A John Haught Reader: Essential Writings on Science and Religion for Wipf & Stock Publishers that is scheduled to appear in Sept.

Haught Reader

Attn: make some money!!!

Attention all Patrons who want to make some good money: I have about 10 books from which Im looking to get typed up for me. I am willing to spend up to $1,200 on this. One book has 15 pages to be typed; another has 22; so on and so forth. I am producing a “reader” text of the published books- i.e., taking a chapter out of the book and republishing it in a new book. But I am worse than pathetic as a typist. I can do all of the footnotes at a later time. But I would look to have this: “McCall says blah blah.”24— with the #24 being the footnote for me to fill in later. Lets make some money! I own the books, and have clean copies of them available for you to keep until you are finished with them.

Attn: make some money!!!

So Very fortunate am I

I received two book contracts Thursday alone. God is so good to me. I am unworthy. But (damn!) do I love it! The first book contract is for a Patristics devotional, a 366-day walk with the early church fathers.

The second book contract I received deals with a “Reader” for Arthur Peacocke, a great theology and scientist philosopher in the twentieth century. Both of these book deals are also with Wipf & Stock. I figure… they have been good to me, so why not return to them time and time again? Thats my thought process, anyway. But—damnit!— I got two book contracts on the same day! I am still on the cloud #9. Life is good. The grass is green. The good Lord is smiling down upon me. If I believed in knocking on wood, I would do it! By George, I might just make something of myself after all. Despite myself.

So Very fortunate am I