With several posts sitting in draft mode for three years, a few dozen Facebook exchanges and discussions saved as screen shots for later discussion and analysis and *ahem* other work going on (and this is all outside of regular LIFE….which is busy enough on its’ own, since I’m in grad school again and self-publishing my compositions), wouldn’t a recent ministry-related
Appreciating Mark Driscoll and Theo-Cultural Blindness is my latest entry on my personal blog. Take a quick read and give me some thoughts.
Okay, so like the site says, I’ve been doing apologetics and theology on the net since 1994 in AOL chat rooms, expanding out to the rest of the internet in 1996. Digging for some information for a friend on my board, I ran across an old post from me on my apologetics list (thank you Yahoo Groups, for archiving EVERYTHING
I don’t make a huge fuss about it, but my foray onto having a permanent web presence for Christian apologetics began the weekend of January 19th and 20th, 1996.Â I drew a lot of my inspiration from both the ICLnet archives and Glenn Miller’s Christian Thinktank on how I was going to do things.Â Of course, the site originally went
I’ll be there. :)Â Leaving home around 11pm-2am to make the nice 9 hour drive down to Kentucky.Â Sunrise should catch me at the West Virgina-Kentucky Border, I think. Pray for a safe drive for me – going and coming back home. In addition, for those who don’t know, I twisted my hair about a year ago….so I’ve got dreads
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RyQxVbfa4yo Self-explanatory. 🙂 Keep me in prayer.