Today begins my second semester of seminary at the Anderson University School of Theology. I’ve tried this before but didn’t get as far. Back in the day (approximately 2003), I enrolled in a different seminary and made it through about 2/3 of a fall semester. This being the first day of second semester is already a new personal best. I’m glad for that.
Last semester was comprised of two classes, one being a basic training course which equipped me to write a term paper and put definition to key theological terms; the other was a class called Constructive Theology, which, as I discovered, has nothing to do with construction.
This semester will feature a class in Old Testament and another Constructive Theology class. That’ll do just fine. The Old Testament is a massive compendium of God’s faithfulness. I feel like I barely even know it. Construction of theology is a good idea, too.
Here’s to another semester of challenge, growth, development, and worship.