Wednesday, December 26, 2007

But I Digress.

So, I thought I would try an experiment. As the traffic seems to be increasing and the percentage of those who comment is rather low, why don't we try this. Everyone who visits this post between now and January 2, 2008, and has a blog of their own, leave a comment with your blog's URL. I will visit every blog and comment there over the course of the next week. If everyone who blogs and visits here would post the same request on their blog, we might be able to generate some cross traffic. At the very least it could be fun.

In Christ
Alan

11 comments:

Sweet Mummy said...

Hey there!

You have some great content here. It's good to have an increase in traffic, but it's even more fun to get comments. ;)

It's OK to be WEIRD!

Shane Vander Hart said...

Great idea. I saw your blog on the Facebook Christian Blogger group. We are both fellow Iowan bloggers! I hope you have a Merry Christmas.

P.S. I moved my blog to wordpress from blogger - when I did that I started getting more traffic and comments.

BradyLee said...

Ha! Here is my self-promotion then!

allthingsforhim.blogspot.com

GuyMuse said...

Even though we are leaving town tomorrow for a few days of R&R I welcome you to visit the "M Blog" at http://guymuse.blogspot.com I will be posting before leaving my "Top Ten" posts from 2007, so there will be plenty to pick from!

BTW, I too have enjoyed the content on your blog. It is such a different angle on Christianity that we are used to, and I find it fascinating!

Eric said...

The great thing about being Reformed is that all you have to do is be biblical and it supports your theology (because Reformed theology is biblical).

Eric

ericcarp.blogspot.com

Tia Lynn said...

Sounds like a fun experiment, I look forward to becoming familiar with your site... Mine is called Abandon Image and can be found at

www.abandonimage.blogspot.com

BradyLee said...

Thanks for that advice, Alan. I'm going to the Paul Washer conference this weekend. I plan to post when I get back!

yhc said...

I think that speciously absent from that sidebar poll o yours is the NAB. Moreover, I prefer to refer to the Bible in its original languages in order to avoid the inevitability of human error.

Alan said...

yhc-
The NAB is intentionally absent as it is a Roman Catholic translation and this is a protestant site, so tell me, do you read Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic? I do, at least Greek and am working on the others, but as most Christians do not and we are in an English speaking country, I thought the poll interesting. Oh, by the way, do you have a point?

yhc said...

Haha, no I can't read Aramaic or Hebrew, those Semitic languages are hard! Thankfully the Gospels were all written in Greek.
NAB will always be my preferred translation, but there's the only place to go if you want the real thing. But to each his own!
Thanks for your comment, keep up the good work with your blog, and God bless.

James said...

Hey Alan, great blog. I almost missed the "deadline." I just subscribed (via Vienna rss reader) last night. I love your posts. :-)