enough jawing about hum. im going to tough it out.

actually today wasnt so bad. we talked about God, not the background of the bible. which means we begin treating the bible as literature, which means we pretend its true. indeed, the prof gave a pretty good summary of God as portrayed in genesis, esp in contrast to other mesopotamian creation/garden/flood stories and their gods. it was very moving to be explicitly reminded of the characteristics of the God i love in a public research university lecture. haha i was like GOD, WE'RE TALKING ABOUT YOU!!! which is pretty cool, haha. similar situation in section today. maybe this class wont be so bad?

mental playlist: hold my heart (tenth avenue north)


  1. TheVacuumCleaner1/8/10, 2:32 PM

    YAY GOD!

  2. Praise the Lord! You know what, when prof knows somebody in the audience is a Bible believer, he remember it and speak accordingly. That is every teacher does, I think. As I prayed for you, here is what God says, (in psalm 28)

    5 Since they show no regard for the works of the LORD and what his hands have done, he will tear them down and never build them up again.

    6 Praise be to the LORD, for he has heard my cry for mercy.

  3. TheVacuumCleaner'sFriend1/8/10, 7:41 PM

    some teachers arent smart enough to do that though. -____-. grrrr

  4. Right, can't assume every professor a good teacher.

  5. THAT'S SO AWESOME! Heheee "God, we're talking about you!!!" hahahaha way cool.