If you paid attention, you might be confused why I’m here.
It is a continuing conversation of how Patrol is supposed to be carried out. Defining the terms of this dialogue is a subject that has come up a few times in the last weeks. It’s a give and pull situation between a few people who see the world very differently sometime, but people who have a desire for Patrol to be a site where a free range of ideas can be thrown about and debated.
If you’d like to know about the conclusion of some of those ideas, please don’t hesitate to email me. Long story short though, I’ve got a tremendous love for Patrol and I’m excited to find a way that I can continue to contribute to this conversation. I’ll be blogging thoughts on life, politics, and the many shows that I spend my time at.
I’m excited to help further what Patrol is officially about, specifically:
Patrol comes to life amid the angst of being a believer in the modern world: the conflicts between faith and science, religion and politics, the church and the arts, humanity and technology. Those are huge topics with vast implications—implications we think it’s important that Christian writers wrestle through, publicly and without reservation, for the good of both our own and the good of the culture we’re a part of. But let’s face it: there aren’t many places in Christian media where a writer has complete freedom to follow his search wherever it leads. That’s what we’re about.
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