The Disclaimers

Faqs, caveats, afterthoughts, in no particular order.

  • I know I should really write more about matters phonological in order to justify my tagline. I keep promising myself this will happen; then I have pity on my readers and abstain.
  • The blogroll lists people who I know in real life and a handful of other sites I find interesting. Allow me to state for the record that I’m no more likely to become a Roaming Catholic than a Secular Humanist or Atheist, and linking my friends of such persuasions is no indicator of how much I endorse their beliefs. (For what I really think, see the Westminster Confession and associated catechisms.)
  • I don’t, incidentally, have a counter installed on this blog to track who visits. WordPress provides me with the number of hits per day, and I don’t collect any further information about where visitors have come from, how long they spend here, etc.
  • Since I haven’t yet had any serious problems with people abusing the system, I don’t mind saying that if you want to leave a comment without providing your email address, you can make something up in the box that asks for your email, and the comment will still get through. As long as it’s a decent contribution, your anonymity doesn’t bother me.

5 thoughts on “The Disclaimers

  1. Hello,
    I stumbled across your blog some time ago and follow it now and then. I like your writing and agree mostly with what you say! I used to be a christian but am not anymore. Well, at least I thought I was one . I am just wondering what your thoughts are about the unforgivable sin that leads to death?

    Any thoughts would be appreciated.

    Regards

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  2. Half an hour to go before midnight, means I’ve officially met the “sometime on Wed” deadline.

    https://ninetysixandten.wordpress.com/2009/04/29/difficult-question/
    Sorry it’s a bit long. Also it could be clearer, but it can always be taken further in the comments. There’s a good discussion in a wee book called The Christian’s Great Interest – written in, i dunno, 1600s maybe by William Guthrie, but unfortunately i don’t know where my copy is at the moment so haven’t been able to draw on it directly.

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