The tagline of this blog, “You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart”, is from Jeremiah 29: 13. It was a promise to the then exiled Israelites who had refused to keep Gods laws. It reminds me of Jesus’ promise that everyone who seeks finds. I should say its not just seeking, but seeking with all your heart. It is those who never stop crying out to God and searching that find, not those who sit on their hands and wish for what they want. (Luke 11: 5 – 13)

That is what I try to do here. I try to faithfully and painstakingly look for the truth in order to remedy my woefully incomplete knowledge of God. I have no illusions that my knowledge will be complete this side of heaven, but I want it to grow. I study so I can know more about God and his laws. I want to know God so I can better serve him and I want to know his laws so I can better keep them.

This is where I try to sort out my thoughts, figure out what I know, what I believe, what is true and what is false. I ask questions and put forward explanations. I try not to be too simplistic and recognize that there are various views. (At least I aim to). Most importantly, I try to makes sense of all that is in my head so please bear with me if most of this is rather disorganized.

For now, I’m reading the Bible through and blogging my experience.  It promises to be interesting. After that, we’ll just see what happens.

“And you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free,” He said.


DISCLAIMER: All theological and philosophical claims, except where otherwise stated, are the product of the author’s mind and lacking infallibility, she is subject to errors, both major and minor. She makes attempts to research and critique her beliefs but will not be held liable for any negative effects which result from subscribing to this blog. These include but are not limited to physical and psychological injuries and eternal damnation.

3 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hi, Tracy

    You’ll have noticed that I have posted comments on several of your pages. As an atheist, I enjoy discussing things with believers. However, I don’t want you to think I am hijacking your blog. If you would sooner not have your blog cluttered up with atheist comments, just let me know, and I’ll stop.

    1. Comments are welcome from anyone as long as they’re thoughtful and kind. If they violate either of those, I make no promises about the kind of response they will get. One thing I will not abide, though. No one can make a negative comment about another person’s character without evidence – and since this is an internet conversation, there’s usually never enough evidence to satisfy me.

      I’m often too busy to respond to comments, so don’t be offended if I don’t respond for months or even ever.

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