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Monday, March 26, 2007

Yesterday afternoon I received word back regarding the results of my Biblical Exegesis ordination exam for the PCUSA. I passed. I will never have to take that test again...thank goodness. It is a big relief, to be sure, but there is a part of me that cannot believe I actually passed. I am hoping when we get the actual exams back (now I just have a piece of paper that says I did satisfactorily) that I will feel a bit more confident about the results.

I am still awaiting results from the incredibly difficult midterm exam I took in Presbyterian History and Theology a couple of weeks ago. I think we get the results for that one this week, too. There was a choice of two questions and I have been slowly learning that nearly everyone else I've talked to did the second question, whereas I did the first, which was incredibly difficult and I have heard from several people that I am "brave" to have attempted the first question. I am a bit nervous, therefore, to see the result of my endeavor.

Last night I started doing an exegesis paper for my Parables class that's due early next week. It seems a bit ridiculous, but I am writing an entire 8-10 page paper (2400-3000 words) on only one verse (containing only 31 Greek words). Nervous that I wouldn't be able to sustain a whole paper on only one verse of the Bible (I can be loquacious in email and in blogging, but am fairly succinct when writing a real paper), I emailed my professor to see if that was a long-shot and got an email back saying that he's confident that an entire paper can be written on that verse. So, I suppose I ought to get to it.

Sigh. You can tell that I have a lot going on, as my room is increasingly in a worse and worse state of disarray.

- Jenny, 3/26/2007 06:48:00 PM

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