I find my studies amazingly relevant to the task of ministry, meeting people, and communicating the gospel of Christ. In my literature class, I meet the postmodern storytelling of Borges. In Spirituality, we confront the mystical as intensely personal, and therefore ineffable, presented by William James. We also wrestle with the postmodern feminist critique of James by Grace Jantzen called "Power, Gender, and Christian Mysticism." This should be good. Let me express myself concerning postmodernism: It is absolutely foolish, and naturally counter-intuitive to seek truth or openness by casting everything into doubt. Silly Borges.