This is just a short post to let my faithful readers know I haven’t lost interest in the blog or dropped off the face of the earth. The last couple of weeks have been consumed with home improvement projects and Christmas. While I fully intended to post my next in the “Exploring the Twain” series during the holidays, I expect it will be a few days before that gets done.
Another excuse is that I was given G.K. Chesterton’s Orthodoxy for Christmas, and it has more or less preempted my other reading plans. Why haven’t I read this book before? Chesterton is amazing… my New Year’s resolution will probably be to read more of him. So, don’t be surprised to see something Chesterton-inspired soon.
But, I promise – I’ll get back to my look at Eastern Orthodoxy and “the Twain.”
I’ve stumbled across your site by way of Google. I was pondering the scriptures, and became thoughtful of the law being written on our hearts. After a search, I found your writings on http://smallvoices.net/svj_vol_3/jeremiah31.htm, and was elated. I was wondering if you have expanded on this subject any, or possibly updated the article since 1996.
I think you do a great job here, Alden.
I apologize for not checking in as often as I used to.
My new job really wears me out and when I get home I’m so exhausted I don’t even feel like reading or doing anything but vegging out.
Keep up the good, though. I still love your blog!