Adrian Warnock writes that the Christian blogosphere is beginning to apostasize, and shows how he has been drawn into this “apostasy” himself, to the extent that he has ordered a MacBook.
I am now back from my trip overseas as part of my translation work. For now all I will say is that my work was hard but successful. I also managed to enjoy myself, including seeing old friends, unexpectedly attending a wedding. And I visited a mountain village. This post is about that visit.
I will be away from home for work from tomorrow morning, 6th May, until 23rd May. I will have some Internet access but limited opportunity for blogging. I will see any comments, but I am not sure yet if I will be able to respond. I may tell you more about the trip when I come back.
No, this is not a post about the theological doctrine of election, although I wouldn’t be surprised if some “Reformed” Calvinists have concluded from some of my recent posts on the atonement that I am not one of the elect. This is in fact a post about the Borough Council elections here in Chelmsford.
I deliberately made only a very brief mention here that I was standing as a candidate in these elections. It was for a two member seat which I was not at all expected to win. In the circumstances I did quite well to take fourth place, out of six, by a good margin.