Wednesday, December 13, 2006

By Request

I sometimes receive emails from folks who request I write on certain topics. That leads me to ask what sort of things you might want a (free) curmudgeonly perspective on.

There is no master or systematic plan to this blog. I write and link as things strike me--and often I strike back!. One hopes it stems from a unified, true, and compelling worldview, of course.

This blog is not my life; I have a day job (and more). I cannot invest huge amounts of time into it. However, I am interested in what you may take to be of value for its content.

8 comments:

delcom1 said...

I always enjoy your entries even if I don't agree with each point. There are very few people out there willing to stand for truth. I'd like to know your thoughts on secondary separtion and how far should one or one church should take it. I would enjoy your thoughts.

Chris (C. Brian) said...

Any musings on relativism, inclusivism, exclusivism, tolerance, intolerance = valuable and helpful.

dhyams said...

Given the time of year, how about a curmudgenly critique on the crass commercialism of Christmas?

ryan said...

I would love to see a post or some stuff on Mormonism. I think it is right up the apologetic alley and is not given enough attention. Truth is it is growing so fast and all of us could benefit from any wisdom on the subject, especially with Rommney in 2008 becoming a possibility.

David Anderson said...

I'd love to read your thoughts on the nature and extent of the atonement.

Brian said...

I'd love to see some of your thoughts on a good way to organize and teach an apologetics class for lay people / students.

Kevin Winters said...

I would like a clear discussion of "objectivity," including how meaning is constituted in the non-human world such that it can "correspond" to meanings 'in my head.'

nancy said...

Since you are preaching on the incarnation, I'd like to hear any new insight that struck you. It is utterly mind boggleing that the God who made this vast and amazing universe with attention to every minute detail, stepped into the human skin of his own creation.