I did my best, but I could not get into chapter 13 of Baukham, which consists mainly of forty pages of psychological studies on memory. I tried to give it the attention that I gave to chapters 1-12, but was unable to do so. I choose to skip it because:
1. I have no interest in the subject.
2. I cannot envision a scenario where this information would be taught in a pastoral setting.
3. I still have nearly 200 pages to go to finish the book. I am enjoying the book and consider it to be one of the most important works in its field, but I do want to move on to other things. On to chapter 14.