It’s been a little over six months since I started this blog. A couple of days ago, I was thinking that it was odd that I had not received one comment positive or negative about what I have written, so, in poking around, think that I have figured out that comments were not operating on this site. Hopefully, I have that corrected. Since it cannot be seen from the outside, the counter said that I had 186 hits over that period of time.
When looking at any blog, you see what has been written last. Therefore, I wish to point out that, over in the archives, I have 100 posts in December, 2010. These are scripts for 100 two minute commentaries written for Christian radio, with the 15 to 29 demographic in mind. Most cover the major ideas in George Barna and Frank Viola’s Pagan Christianity and Wolfgang Simson’s Houses That Change the World. I have them recorded on MP3, but have yet to have them aired due to my not having the cash. In the proceeding months, I have a few of the ideas of these commentaries either shortened to one minute, or expanded to five minutes, due to my research indicating, that for local stations, they need to go back to one or up to five. The reason for doing this is that, as far as I can see, most believers in my geographical area are unaware that the that these ideas exist, and that many believers I know, unlike myself, are not persons who will wade through a book of serious theological writing, even if written in simple English, and, unfortunately, many believers who are collecting a paycheck in some way connected to their faith are extremely unlikely to promote a thought that threatens that paycheck, even if it makes more sense than whatever their explanation of the same point is.
Therefore, if you haven’t read the two books I mentioned above, I would encourage reading what I wrote in December, 2010. They don’t need to be read in order; each is a stand alone thought, unless the title has Part 1 or Part 2 as part of it.