Friday, July 1, 2011

May & June in Review

As I've done before, I'm creating an index of my posts from the past two months, both for my convenience and for that of anyone who may stop by. Here are my posts from May:
And from June:
My pace is certainly slowing down, but a little bit of burnout is to be expected. In any case, quality should be a higher priority than quantity, and I'm quite pleased as far as that's concerned. I'll probably be aiming for about three posts a week in the future, but I won't stress about it.

I noticed that in the past two months I've delved more into the particulars of Christianity, such as the Trinity, inerrancy, prophecy and its success as a meme. I also made a bit of headway into some of the common apologetic arguments with the Trilemma and Pascal's Wager, although they're not exactly the most well-respected ones in the bunch. In the next couple of months I hope to finish off my two book series on Why Evolution Is True and Jesus, Interrupted so I can start on something new.

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