Last night was my final class of my pneumatology course – we are all still finishing our final papers, which are due by email next week (thus my lack of blogging lately), but this was our last meeting. It has been a terrific course, the best one I’ve taken at the EI, and I’m grateful to all my classmates and my professor for such a great seminar. At the same time, I’m glad it’s over (well, except for the paper): I have a lot of theology going on over the summer that I’m starting to feel pressured into getting on with, already. (Details will be forthcoming – stay tuned!)
I’ve had two dreams this week that have included technical theological discussions. This amuses me to no end.
I got my first copy of the Journal of Ecumenical Studies in the mail this week — this comes with membership in the North American Academy of Ecumenists, which I joined when I attended their conference last fall. I would love to start a journal club at my school — do theologians have journal clubs? — but realistically, I just don’t have time…
The irises I planted three years ago have bloomed this year! I had just about given up on them.
And most dangerous of all…. the Liturgical Press is having its annual inventory clearance sale!! I got that catalog in the mail today. It includes a couple of books that have been on my wish list, as well as a number of others that look good. Anybody have any recommendations?