Tom Gilson

Quick Note On Staying Balanced

I’ve been blogging so much on atheism lately, I’ve been missing the other topic I really love to write about: the greatness of God in Jesus Christ. Meanwhile also there’s been a catastrophe of global proportions in the Philippines.

In fact I have not been as silent on these as it might seem. I have an article related to the Philippines waiting to be published at BreakPoint next week. And sometime in the next several months— I don’t have the date yet— Touchstone Magazine will be publishing an article of mine on the astonishing greatness of Jesus Christ. I spent a lot of time on that one, and I can’t wait until it comes out for broad-based discussion.

I just wanted to mention that here. My posts here have been very heavily weighted toward just one topic, and while it’s an important one, I don’t like conveying the impression that it’s the only thing on my mind. It wouldn’t be healthy if it were.

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  1. Yes, let’s please remember the largely Christian nation of the Philippines. I have two Compassion sponsored kids living not far to the west of Tacloban, and currently have no idea of what’s happened to them.

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