I studied all day, almost not coughing, glad to have my brain back and grateful for snow releasing me from functioning today.
My brain might explode, though, with texts in Greek that I haven’t studied in fifteen years, and Hebrew, and English, so that I am slow but loving every minute, savoring every word.
While I am drowning in Greek and Hebrew, Nathan is watching singing clowns perform big band versions of pop songs.
So essentially, we are both studying the difference between priesthood and priestcraft, tracing the historical path of unfolding apostasy.
We just use different mediums in which the material is presented and prefer different ways to receive the message.
That’s the whole point, actually, of what we are studying.
I will share more, after my class is finished and my brain has processed.
And after I change diapers.
Because that’s what we do in this house, read Greek and Hebrew, and watch singing clowns, and change diapers.
That’s marriage and parenthood at its best.