Saturday, March 31, 2007

Explorer vs. Firefox?

One of my friends told me my blogs look funny when viewed by Firefox. Indeed, they do (especially the Trinitarianism one... pictures are cut off and weirdly arranged). I don't know why this is happening, but will investigate and try to fix as time permits. In the meantime, things still looking groovy (thanks to flickr) on Explorer.

I have a term paper (on Phil 1:21... exploring in its context the philosophical/psychological areas of altruism and egoism... and how the apostle Paul might have answered Hamlet's tortured ponderance: "To be or not to be:..."). Also have a final project coming up. So blogging on main site may be a little light over the next month or so.

Hope you have a great weekend and are finding contentment in Christ come rain or shine!


p.s. Don't forget to pick up a copy of Larry Crabb's Inside Out! We'll be blogging as a reader group about our reactions to this book toward the end of April!

p.p.s. We'll be hearing from Dallas Seminary's Dr. Ramesh Richard during our reader blog later this month, as well!

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