Here is what my day has looked liked so far today:
9:00 A.M. to 11:20 A.M. Seminar Presenter for Philosophy of Religion
11:30 – 12:50 Attended Lecture by Dr. David Hempton on Evangelical Enchantment and Disenchantment
1:00-4:10 History of Doctrine Class
So, from 9:00 – 4:10 I went outside for about 5 minutes to eat a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
And to top it off we have our first Graduate Student Colloquy with Dr. David Hempton at 7:00.
These are all great things that I am enjoying, but I am tired! I am guessing I will sleep well tonight.
(I will try to post take home points from Hempton’s lectures in the next few days.)
Don Trivits said:
Please don’t take my comment the wrong way, Kevin; but your busy day sounds like a fairly typical day for the millions of folks who are confined to cubicles inside huge corporate enclaves for 40-hours of middle-class drudgery each week. 😉
Kevin Watson said:
I suppose the main difference is that they do not get to listen to lectures by William J. Abraham, Bruce Marshall, and David Hempton. (Thanks for the reminder that life isn’t as hard as it sometimes seems, and that I am incredibly blessed to be on my present course.)