Welcome “Faith & Politics” Attendees!
Welcome “Faith & Politics” Attendees! I enjoyed speaking to you on Emmanuel Presbyterian Church‘s panel at George Mason University on Friday night. It is always invigorating to be with like-minded people.
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Keep pursuing common ground,
Wanted: Participation and Honest Feedback
To all readers —
I am looking for anyone willing to help me by offering honest feedback on the blog. my Google Analytics tells me that the site is seeing good traffic, but readers aren’t making comments.
I’m not sure why. Would you be willing to help me?
I need 1) honest feedback about the blog, and 2) comments from readers to start the flow.
Please start here:
Think of one thing that makes you want to read more, and one thing that turns you off (or why you move on to other things). Share them (anonymous is fine) under “comments” below or on any other page. (I promise that won’t trigger any mailing lists or anything of the kind; it’s just for me.)
I appreciate your extra effort. Thank you.
What’s going on at Willowdale this Wednesday Night?
I’m glad you asked. This Wednesday is “Meet the Author” Night at Willowdale Chapel in Kennett Square, PA. Mark David Henderson will be speaking about his experience writing The Soul of Atlas and the conversation between two disparate world views that has played out in his life over the last 35 years. We’ll be getting started at 7p and we’ll go till 9p in the Willowdale Commons (see Willowdale Chapel site).
You’ll have a great opportunity to hear about…
1) the content of The Soul of Atlas
2) the writing process
3) Reaching the atheist community
4) Political perspectives that build bridges