Saturday, February 24, 2007

Faith and Practice

For the two of you still reading this blog (one of whom already knows about this), I wanted to send out a quick announcement about a new forum I have created called Faith and Practice (click on the post title to visit!).

I have been moderating a forum for my church for the past year. While it has been stimulating, it has fallen far short of what I want in a forum in which Christians can learn and grow as well as just making a few new friends.

So after spending about a year on another forum (unrelated to faith), I think I've broken the code on how to create a good forum community. I'm applying those lessons over at the new forum, Faith and Practice. We've already got a handful of people over there and the posting is beginning to show signs of gaining some momentum.

So if you are interested in joining us, please do! I could tell you all about it here, but you might as well just visit. The more the merrier, so don't be shy!



M. Jay Bennett said...

Am I the one who already knew?

Matt said...

I don't know...did you know about it?

Sounds like we may have an epistemology issue here...

M. Jay Bennett said...

How can I know what I cannot know?

If I cannot know what I cannot know, then why not make knowing everything my goal? While, of course, recognizing that actually attaining the goal is impossible.

I'm confused . . . but why? :-)

GUNNY said...

I guess I'm the second. Yet, I'm telling folks, "That forum is good. I wanna be friends with it."