I want to get a PhD in Religious history, studying the wisdom of the Reformation, especially those of Bucer, Zwingli, and John Knox. Studying Black and Womanist theology along with Patristic theology and Postcolonial theory was such a frivolous endeavor, how could I have been so ambitious. The subject matter was just far too difficult to study, and who can understand anything that Homi Bhabha says anyhow? Studying the Reformers and their 16th century context would help people in the 21st century; very little scholarship has been done on the Protestant Reformation. Plus, the Church Fathers knew nothing about the word, like Martin Luther Said.