So many of you are wondering: what is it like to live the life of a privileged bibliblogger/theoblogger.
Well, life is so difficult but no one has been able document our lifestyle until now. So, without further ado, a day in the life of the biblioblogger/theoblogger exposed.
5:00am Woke up from dreaming about what theologian to quote today. Maybe Karl Barth or John Piper.
5:05 am Read Jim West’s first post of the day on Zwingli.
5:15am Said a short prayer before checking facebook.
5:20am Checked my comments subscriptions to see if my questions are being ignored once again. Yup, still not being interacted with.
5:30am Check my 241 blog subscriptions.
5:35am Read Jim West’s latest post on Zwingli
5:40am Decided begrudgingly to take a shower rather than live the Bohemian lifestyle.
6:00am Tweeted about random theological insight. Something to do with the NLT being the worst translation ever written after the The Shack Bible.
6:30am Ate breakfast. Ummm oatmeal and raisins.
7:00 Left home for work; had to check Jim West’s latest post on Zwingli right before I locked the doors.
8:00am Sit in the office, reading biblioblogs and comments. Re-posted and linked to the latest depravity found on Jim West’s blog.
9:00am pretending to get work done until lunch time
1:00pm Re-Tweeting tweets and blog posts that I agree with. Especially from the Huffington Post and Religion Dispatches.
3:00pm Work on ideas for my own original blog posts. Glance at Jim West’s blog for inspiration.
4:00pm Take a quick nap. Dreams of a world without the New Living Translation.
5:00pm Time to go home. Needed the latest news on Zwingli. Apparently he is dead.
6:00pm Wrote on Mark Stevens’ facebook wall; he still thinks Australia has a chance of beating the US in basketball.
7:00pm Started watching my daily dose of prime-time television. Live-tweeting during Caprica, Dancing with the Stars, and Glee only to annoy Jeremiah. For three straight hours.
10:00pm Bedtime. Dreaming about Zwingli burning the NLT. What a mad world!