After a lot of searching around, I decided to enroll in a PhD in Church and Dogma History through North-West University in South Africa (Potchefstroom Campus). I opted for this because I like the idea of having an intermediary. I tried working straight through Pretoria but the professor there would sometimes respond and many times not. GST gives me an office and advocate. I also liked the idea of having two promoters for my degree - one through the UK and the other in SA. This is ideal, for me, since my dissertation is focusing on 17th Century English Puritan Funeral Preaching. I know, super exciting stuff right? Anyway, I may pop in from time to time to update my status...and to ask how you all scheduled your time and arranged your work. But I also know that this is all part of the PhD experience and that it's time for me to research and write. Thanks for all the interaction through the years! Cheers!