What makes it pathetic is the fake-out of a great description followed by lamity-lame-lame. And to top it off, it's a required course and always taught by the same prof. Barftastic.
None of my classes are that horrible in theory. The beauty of grad school is that you're done with general education and get to pick stuff that's just interesting and/or applicable.
*giggle* You should totally put that in the class evaluation at the end of the semester.
I'm sorry, but Catholic Apologetics has you all beat.
Boss, that was a pathetic attempt at 'awful class' status! But I guess I can commiserate about a prof that takes a potentially exciting class and makes it awful.
Mr Crane, believe me - I wouldn't be taking this class if it weren't absolutely necessary to make graduating in May possible. Ugh.
No one else has had awful classes?!?
Until you can tell me that Catholic Apologetics makes you learn quantum physics to describe the method in which Catholics apologize, I have no pity for you.
At least quantum physics would be exciting and challenging (okay, damn hard, but still)!
YOU try taking a class where the basic principles are:
- It is more reasonable to have religion than not to have it.
- Christianity is the best religion.
- Orthodox is the best of the Christianities.