Since September, I have been steadily feeding you – in triweekly morsels – the opening chapter of my most extensive written project. That work of course is a book, Remnants of Eden: Evolution, Deep-Time, & the Antediluvian World. Beyond that chapter, the book dives deeply into the debate between naturalism and creation, peeking in all the dark corners and asking the questions that are often overlooked. I hope you have enjoyed this glimpse at what’s to come, and I am excited about the potential unveiling of the whole work sooner or later. …
Like so much else, the end of one thing is the beginning of another. In this case, several other things. As I close out my work on Remnants of Eden in hopeful preparation for eventual publication, I have turned my attentions to actually writing a number of other books; some of these two are nearing completion now also! It has been an exceedingly busy year, to say the least, and it’s not over yet. So much more to do, but each day is filled with excitement and anticipation for what’s to come.
What did you think of the preview? Do you have any questions, comments, or criticisms? I’m all ears. I’d love to hear your thoughts on my story, my testimony, which lays the groundwork for not only the remainder of that book, but essentially everything else I’ve done since, including this blog itself. Leave me a message in the comments or contact me directly here. I look forward to hearing from you.
One thing I will mention that I forgot to address back in September – at the very outset of this preview – is that, out of respect for their privacy, I changed the names of the friends and associates I discuss in the book. My story, as I’m sure you are well aware by now, is a bit less than orthodox, and to have it burden someone else is out of the question. So yes, in typical tv-movie-of-the-week fashion, some names and identifying details have been changed to protect the privacy of individuals.
Where to from here?
Starting Friday, we will begin a biweekly series based on the first sermon I ever preached. It is a message that has remained close to my heart and I hope it means something to you too. Beyond that, in the weeks to come, we will look at the enigmatic Armor of God, picking apart the details of that wonderful passage from Ephesians 6.
Thank you all for you continued support, and may God bless each and every one of you. Until next time, remember 1 Corinthians 10:31:
“Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God.”
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