Displaced fragments: theology, ministry, interviews and reviews
I'd be scraping the barrel a bit if I was reduced to interviewing myself.
I'll play!I think Jonathan's idea is excellent, but if you felt awkward about interviewing yourself (which, I appreciate, could feel a teensy bit sad), you could always get in David Sky to conduct the interview. Just a thought.A couple (or so) other suggestions:- have you not interviewed the iMonk, Michael Spencer?- how about a corporate blog? and my suggestion is the Wycliffe UK bloggers;- Kirk Wellum is a fellow traveller, and would certainly have some thoughts to share.
David,I've already done an interview with Mr. Sky. It didn't go too well: http://davidskylimit.blogspot.com/2007/06/dont-you-like-blogging-too.htmlThanks for the other suggestions. If you are up for it, I'll be in touch, but are you a blogger?
D. W. Congdon
EP wrote: "I've already done an interview with Mr. Sky."I should have guessed. I feel like I'm being lapped. :)EP also wrote: "...but are you a blogger?"Wot? Me?! No. Just a seasonal drive-by commenter.
Daivd,How can you take part in a 'Blogging in the name of the Lord' interview when you're not a blogger? We could still do an interview if you like, but it wouldn't be in the 'Blogging in the name...' series.
EP further wrote: "How can you take part..."Huh?? Now I am confused!Ahh. I think I understand. When in my first drive-by comment I said "I'll play", I meant "in recommending who I would like to see in the hot seat", and gave four suggestions, the first of which echoed Jonathan's (and which, I discovered, has already been done). I never intended to give the impression that I was interviewable! Perish the thought! μὴ γένοιτο, even!
David,Sorry about that misunderstanding. I see what you mean now. "I'll play." Meant "I don't want to play, but it would be nice if others joined in." :-)
David, he often makes these mistakes. This comes from talking to soft toys too often.
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