Finished writing a paper today, and now I’m done for the semester. It was a 3800 word paper, and I’d been so busy with other things until mid-week this week that I didn’t actually start writing it until Wednesday. After hours and hours of writing and reading and subjecting my body to obscene amounts of sugar, caffeine and sitting, it’s finished. I now know lots more than I used to about postmodernism in the church.

I’m just not interested in talking about it right now.

By Elliot

Elliot was born in Michigan and raised in North Carolina. He has studied at Regent College and the University of Richmond, worked at newspapers in St. Petersburg and Los Angeles, taught ESL in eastern Europe, given tours in Alaska, and driven a school bus. Now he lives in western Washington and works as an editor at Lexham Press, the publishing arm of Faithlife Corporation.

One reply on “Woohoo!”

Bleh, I feel you brother. I didn’t write a paper that long, but hallelujah for the term ending! I’ll talk to you about postmodernism in the future. Perhaps in a month.

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