Category Archives: Blog note

Dreher and Reformed Theology

Those of you who follow this blog know I read Dreher almost every day. I really miss Andrew Sullivan in terms of feeding me links. Dreher point me to some good stuff. He’s a bit more reactive than I am. … Continue reading

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Why You Might Think Some of my Blog Posts “Let Down Our Side” and Why I Still Do It

Betrayal? Some of what I write (or link to) might be viewed by some of you as betrayal. Truth seeking involves facing evidence that doesn’t necessarily line up with your beliefs or paradigms. Truth seeking involves dealing with doubt. Too … Continue reading

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LeadingChurch.com 2013 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 40,000 times in 2013. If it were a … Continue reading

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March 2, Links and Thoughts

As you might have been noticing I’m trying to use my blog as link archive again. The old twitter, google buzz, system doesn’t work since buzz went the way of Google notebook so it’s time to play with something new. … Continue reading

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How I use Twitter

I’ve written about this before but I want something that I can repeatedly post to Twitter as a kind of disclaimer to my tweets. My primary use for me posting on twitter is that of an archivist. Twitter is a … Continue reading

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Archiving my Twitter Feed in Buzz

Twitter doesn’t promise to backup and keep accessible or searchable your tweets. You should know that about twitter. The library of congress is doing it, but not twitter. That limits the value of twitter for an archivist which is my … Continue reading

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Trying out wordpress.com

I’m supposed to repay another year of hosting and I’m looking for a cheaper solution.

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