Sometimes taking a break allows time to gather our thoughts. Beating a dead horse does little to help anyone.<quoted text>Always up to talk about almost any subject and give another worldview... unless of course someone brings it back up then I may simply give my opinion on it or some other data.
How about the recent investigation on Gethsemane being a wineyard and winepress facility rather than a private 'garden'?
The word means "winepress" but some argue it could have been used for making olive oil as well.
It does present a different image than the lush garden portrayed in Christian artwork.
The English translation also may indicate a building rather than an outdoor area. Note the similarities to "Kindergarden" and "Beer Garden".