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Résumé for Michael Wayne Arnold

Technical Projects 🖥 GitHub Profile 🤓 Tech Writings Contact Information 📧 michael@rnold.info Education Master of Divinity (M.Div.) Vanderbilt University (May 2019) Concentration: Chaplaincy Bachelor of Science in Business Administration The University of Alabama (December 2006) Majors: Management Information Systems & German Minor: Computer Science Experience Data Engineer III, Citizens Bank, Franklin, TN, USA November 2018 - Present Built microservices in Python 3 to process, cleanse, and validate data coming in to the organization Built a custom extract generation system in Python 3 to quickly and easily generate files of various formats for external distribution Established CI/CD practices using GitLab CI, Pre-Commit, and other tools to ensure quality code and quick delivery of value to stakeholders Worked with Kafka and Avro to facilitate an event-driven architecture between microservices Lead Consultant, Arnold Technology Consulting, Nashville, TN. Read more...

Posted: Tue, Jan 22, 2019, Words: ~2000, Reading Time: 10 min

Automated Weekly Sermon Podcast

Each Sunday at Church of the Epiphany we record our sermon using someone’s mobile phone. We started doing this back in September and, for the last three months, editing and uploading these sermons to our website has been a fairly manual process. Starting this month, however, with a combination of JustCast, Dropbox, Hazel, Squarespace, and Auphonic I’ve been able to mosty automate the process. 1. Download & Rename Each week shortly after worship, Fr. Read more...

Posted: Tue, Dec 18, 2018, Words: ~800, Reading Time: 4 min

Plene Esse, the Holy Spirit, & Intercommunion

This is part three of a four part project. The final project is here. “For a long time the Conference on Faith and Order shied away from and avoided directly addressing this problem [ecumenical Eucharist]. It was the type of issue so loaded with emotional dynamite, that we feared it might with the first little thrust set off a spark that would explode our entire movement into pieces.” Dr. Read more...

Posted: Wed, Oct 10, 2018, Words: ~2900, Reading Time: 14 min

Humanity & the Church

Introduction Humanity and the Church or, to cast them in more theological terms, theological anthropology and ecclesiology, are highly related doctrines that often get overlooked in the Christian theological community. First providing a brief history to setup a framework for theological discourse, I seek to better understand what humanity is in the eyes of and relationship to God and to define what the Church is and is called to be in the world. Read more...

Posted: Fri, Apr 28, 2017, Words: ~6100, Reading Time: 29 min

The Christology and Ecclesiological Vision of Paul in Philippians and Colossians with a Practical Application for the Modern Church

Introduction Both the epistles to the Philippians and Colossians pivot on hymns seeped in Paul’s Christology. The hymn in Phil 2:6-11 focuses on the unexpected nature of the Messiah who fulfills the prophesies of the prophets while the hymn in Col 1:15-23 focuses on the divinity of Christ and his preeminent status before all things in heaven and earth. Surrounding the two hymns, Paul’s exhortations for new patterns of life and he and his fellow servants’ Christ-template narratives call the “faithful brothers and sisters in Christ”1 in both Philippi and Colossae to a new way life. Read more...

Posted: Fri, Apr 5, 2013, Words: ~3300, Reading Time: 16 min