After much thought and prayer about what to write about, I have started a blog. I'll mainly be posting from my seminary studies as I have tons of papers and hate the thought of that research just sitting on the shelf. But it isn't really something that would find much appeal published as an academic tome. This is a way to share the fruits of my labor freely. Drop by anytime and say "hi."
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Post by Divides the Waters on May 15, 2008 22:36:07 GMT -5
I'm always about a decade or two late getting in on the technology advances. I find that I spend too much time on forums as it is, and can't imagine having a blog. But I may give it a shot sometime (maybe if and when I'm published--they say it's a kind of marketing tool).
Post by Spokane Flyboy on May 17, 2008 16:06:10 GMT -5
I have a hard enough time keeping up with forums. I can't imagine myself getting into blogging either right now. Between this, Avsim, United Blue Directorate (the alliance my CyberNation is in), Midcontinent Virtual Airlines, FaceBook, and MySpace, I'm usually pretty booked for my writing time in a given day when you put that on top of Bible study, journaling, and my creative writing.
John Morgan[br][br]"There is a feeling about an airport that no other piece of ground can have. No matter what the name of the country on whose land it lies, an airport is a place you can see and touch that leads to a reality that can only be thought and felt." - [i]The Bridge Across Forever: A Love Story[/i] by Richard Bach