So first, I tried not blogging and failed. Then, I tried blogging and failed. I mean, two posts in six months? That's like some aborted '90s Xerox 'zine about the underground snowboard scene in Muskegon.
This blog, however, can only succeed. The skeleton of the thing is comprised of my articles from the Judson Journal. In the first four days of the blog's existence, I posted a backlog of thirty-one articles from the past three years...and my job demands that there will be a steady stream of future articles. So, at the very least, worst case scenario is one post per month. I can hear the roar of approval from the public. People love my free-association-style ramblings in the Journal for some reason. Really, the most unlikely people gobble them up.
But this blog will also be a prime forum for my abandoned mental hatchlings that are just too random, technical, theological, controversial, bizarre, or irreverent to grace the pages of a church newsletter with such a long and distinguished history of mimeographed clipart.
Now...somebody leave a friggin' comment so I know you're out there.
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