What to do on a Saturday...

Well, I can tell you what I've been doing this Saturday... Setting up this website. Since I last published a website, I've switched computers, platforms, and web-publishing programs. It's to be expected that it would take a few hours. Hopefully, I'll be able to spend some time updating content soon.

Other than that, I've been reading all day. Taking 15 hours in seminary is plenty to keep you busy. (Reading is what I did pretty much all day yesterday too.) But on a happier note, all that reading has done me some good. I finished 4 books this week. Here's the list in the off-chance you're interested:

Prophetic Untimeliness: A Challenge to the Idol of Relevance by Os Guinness. A great book! It was only 119 pages, I read it in 3 hours. Definitely worth your time if you have any to spare.

Letters to Timothy: A Handbook for Pastors by John Bisagno. For my Practice of Ministry class. Very helpful.

Culture of Disbelief: How American Law and Politics Trivialize Religious Devotion by Stephen L. Carter. For my Church/State Relations class.

According to Plan: The Unfolding Revelation of God in the Bible by Graeme Goldsworthy. For my New Testament Theology class.

It feels good to finally finish a few! I feel like I don't do anything but read around here. But its good for me, that's why I'm in seminary, after all.

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