*I have blue eyes!
And in other news, I’ve started up school again this week. I’m taking six classes.
Existentialism (the professor’s making it a class-led course and has us writing blogs which you can follow my blog for the course if you want as well)
Ancient Greece II (a survey of ancient Greece starting in the 4th century that apparently also answers the question as to why the New Testament was written in Greek)
Witchcraft and Christianity in the Atlantic (a survey of the cultural set-up of the Atlantic world when Christian explorers from various traditions came and intruded upon the territory as well as the political conditions and religious beliefs that shaped views on witchcraft–sorry Protestants, the Puritans were terrible people 😉 )
Europe’s Reformations (a survey of historical debates on events leading up to the Protestant Reformation and how people ultimately decided to give up on the Protestant revolt and head back to Catholicism, yay!)
Judaism and the Origins of Christianity (a survey dealing with influences of Christianity on Judaism and Judaism on Christianity and why the two ultimately split up–if they even did split up in the first place)
Biblical Hebrew IV (my last semester of Biblical Hebrew basically translating texts and early Hebrew commentaries on the Biblical texts)