I signed up for a seminar called The Names of God today. Apparently it's somehow based on the book The Ninety-nine Beautiful Names of God by Abu Hamid Muhammad al-Ghazal. Have it, never read it. Guess I'll have to, now.
I'll also be taking a five credit book-exam for Practical Theology mid-May. There are three different courses I could take, but the book-list is the same for all of them. Haven't decided which, yet. But I'll have to read about Pedagogics and the professional ethics of teachers anyway, which is pretty damned far from my actual studies. But it'll be the last course on Practical I'll ever have to take (assuming I'll pass it, since one of the required books on Homiletics is in Swedish and I only ever passed my Swedish matriculation exam on pure luck).
And I've scheduled to take my Novum exam next August, which means that I'll have to spend most of the Summer translating the New Testament. Very blargh, but compulsory.
Also, there's some information lecture on Monday because we're switching to EU standards next year. Credits will be replaced by points, and Academia reduced to playing bingo with the courses. I really don't know dick about the changes or understand them, but am I going to this information lecture? Hell no. I'm going to wait for them to summarize it into a pamphlet or something.
Spes patriae, we are.