What’s A Nice Jewish Grandmother Doing At Seminary?

In 2013, I became a grad student at Northern Seminary. I wrote about the experience in this space here. My life-altering health diagnosis and costly montly treatments derailed my hopes of completing a degree, but the school was kind enough to tabulate the credits I did earn and grant me a graduate certificate.

I am grateful to Dr. Scot McKnight, who invited me to attend the school, and for each professor and student from whom I ¬†was privileged to learn. I may not have achieved the goal I’d dreamed of, but I am celebrating the encouragement I received to continue to grow, learn, question, and gain confidence to add my voice to theological conversations. I loved every moment of my time at the school, and hope at some point to return, at least to audit a course or two.

There is no end to the opportunity to learn and grow in the knowledge of the infinite God. I am grateful seminary gave me new conversation partners and new experiences in the pursuit of  knowing him more. He alone is worthy.

“Jesus did many other things as well. If every one of them were written down, I suppose that even the whole world would not have room for the books that would be written.” (John 21:25)