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Sometimes Life Gets in the Way–Even of Theology!

Sometimes Life Gets in the Way–Even of Theology! November 8, 2021

Sometimes Life Gets in the Way, Even of Theology!

Dear Blog Friends, thank you for your patience and for “staying tuned” here. Don’t worry, I haven’t died or dropped this blog (the two events will almost certainly coincide but hopefully not for a long time). Theology interests me nor more than ever. I am currently conducting research on several subjects related to theology. However, recently, several life events have interrupted my research and my work on this blog. Again, thank you for your patience and for not giving up on me. Watch for more answers to questions and invitations to think about controversial subjects in relation to theology.

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