Death | Knowledge | Life | Perspective

I was recently in one of those situations with some fellow pastors where we were playing that familiar “My old Prof was harder, or stranger than your old prof” game. In the process, one pastor told a story about Professor [of Greek] Bruce Metzger of Princeton Theological Seminary. It seems that one day a number of people were walking across the grass on the campus at Princeton when a squirrel fell out of a tree. And after the squirrel landed he began a series of strange and un-explainable actions that looked like he was having a seizure. He was so bizarre in his actions that several of those passing by, including both theological students and Professor Metzger, stopped to observe this erratic behavior on the part of the squirrel. And then, suddenly, all the twitching and turning stopped and the squirrel fell over dead. At this, the observers were non-plussed, and after a few moments they all looked…

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