Once in a blue moon, I have a thought on some topic in theology, philosophy, or apologetics that might be worth sharing with others. (For reasons best left unexamined, this usually occurs in the bathroom.) This blog is a channel for releasing these fragile thoughts into the wild. Some I will try to protect from the ravages of a hostile world; others will have to fend for themselves.
This is not a ‘news’ or ‘follow-my-link’ blog. The blogosphere seems to be saturated with those already. In any case, I can’t imagine why anyone else would be interested in just those things I happen to be interested in! One consequence, however, is that posts here will probably be infrequent and sporadic.
As for the comment/moderation policy: I favor free speech in general, but not free speech in my combox. (I defy anyone to derive a contradiction from that creed.) So while I welcome polite and thoughtful comments, including critical ones, I reserve the right not to approve any submitted comment as I see fit and without any obligation to explain myself. I’d like to make comments editable (at least for a short period after posting) but I haven’t found a suitable WordPress plugin yet. However, if you’d like me to edit your comment (e.g., to correct a typo) I’ll be happy to do that (see below for contact details).
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The opinions expressed herein are entirely my own and do not necessarily reflect those of the church of which I am a member or the institution of which I am an employee.
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Apparently there is another James N. Anderson out there who blogs on theology and apologetics, but he is a Oneness Pentecostal. I am not that James N. Anderson, of course. I am this James N. Anderson.
If you want to contact me by email, I have a Gmail account; the username is the middle part of the URL of this website.
The header image is a slice of a photo taken by my wife. As for its connection with the title of the blog, I leave that for the reader to discern!