Blogging Diversification

I’m starting a new blog. It can be found here. It will be my “professional” blog and will restrict itself to purely academic matters of medievalism and Scripture interpretation. There are occasional items that might get cross-posted here but, for the most part, they will be distinct.

I’m doing this for a couple of reasons.

One is so actual medievalists who come by on occasion won’t have to wonder if I’m actually going to say something they’re interested in or just rant some more about the Anglican Communion and its woes.  Dr. Nokes has probably heard more about Anglicans than he’d care to know…

Another is that with a separate blog for such material, I’ll be more likely to actually post material there.

Another is that it will allow me to focus this blog more on the direction it seems to be taking which has liturgical spirituality at its heart.

So–pop over, check it out; it’s still a work in progress, of course, but hopefully it’ll grow into something interesting too.

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2 Responses to Blogging Diversification

  1. meg says:

    As an “actual medievalist,” I suppose I’m the target audience, so I’ll be there. But make sure we don’t miss out on any footie updates, eh?

  2. You’re interested in Anglicans? I never noticed.

    I’ll set up a link to your new blog after you get up your first non-greeting post. If for some reason I neglect to do it, shoot me an e-mail rhetorically smacking me on the back of the head to remind me.

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