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Wednesday, November 09, 2005

[Blogging Ourselves] Profundities from a Back Seat Driver

Howdy all. Jeremy asked me to contribute to the Horde, so I'm signing on as his sidekick. Well, maybe I'll be more of a back seat driver than a sidekick, since I don't plan on being at all helpful to Jeremy's efforts and projects. I've got my own plans. While my degree in aerospace engineering doesn't technically qualify me to expound on matters of theology, I'm not going to let that stop me.

I do, however, have the feeling that Jeremy will edit my posts and correct my grammar frequently. Oh well, that's why he's got the keys to the car and sits in the driver's seat. His many years of putting up with the leftist inanities of the university's English Lit. Department has earned him the right to his Grammar Police badge.

I hope that my thoughts on Reformed Christianity, theology, apologetics, politics, and beer can be a blessing to the saints who happen to stumble upon our dingy little hangout spot underneath the overpass of Christendom.



  • Dave,

    I promise to give you the grammatical smackdown you deserve. But you may notice that I am slack in my own usage. I am immune to all criticism. Did you notice how K-Lo has the worst spelling mistakes on the Corner at NRO? No coincidence, that.

    By Blogger Jeremy Felden, at 10:47 AM  

  • Having ridden with you in the past, I far prefer you in the backseat. With that said, I think your training as an engineer qualifies you far more than many with 'Bible college' credentials, having learned that 'feelings' and so forth are of very little assistance when discerning whether or not a design is capable of flight. (accept for maybe the feeling of falling)

    By Blogger Garet Pahl, at 1:28 PM  

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