- No set frequency for new posts, currently
- Personal, subjective experiences or stories
- Scriptural, objective backing or truth
- Only quazi-formal writing and grammar
You can expect one of three types of posts:
1) Diary Posts
- centered around a vague theme, but not necessarily a specific experience.
- involve some important Biblical truth(s) I’m experiencing.
- probably the least polished of the three.
- marked by a doodle on the right hand side.
2) Story Posts
- reads like a short story
- marked by a doodle on the left-hand side.
- muse upon some experience I had that was considerably noteworthy
- probably the most exciting/entertaining of the three.
3) Idealogical Posts
- usually are more formally written
- deal more with my personal understanding of doctrine
- not centered around an experience
- sometimes very old, dry, or long-winded, but sometimes it’s about stuff that blew my mind when I first heard it.
- marked by the lack of a little MS paint doodle at the beginning, which all my other posts have.
Note: to be honest, not every post will fit squarely into one of these three categories, but i’ll do my best.
Why that third category?
Well, even though in theory I want this blog to be something any Christian can come to and get something out of it, I know how hard that can be with denominations and whatnot. I’ve made these posts separate for that reason – but my original intent of making this blog (besides what is stated on the about page) is to have a personal storage bin of my collection of theological writings, short essays, and other works concerning the Lord that I have made. A place to store these written works online where I don’t have to worry about computers crashing/dying, taking up space on my computer etc. I can’t have that place if I never show my true beliefs when it comes to nitty-gritty issues. In the past my writings have concerned a lot of non-common-faith issues, that other Christians may challenge me on… however, I don’t want to stop writing what I believe is true just because people might disagree with me about it on the internet. So I’ll continue to write those things. I’ll continue to store them here as a sort of personal archive. As a courtesy, I’ve made it its own separate category.