Once upon a time, there was a theology prof who did a little blogging on the side. One day, he saw an innocuous message on his blog indicating that he should update one of his plugins. Such a simple message. One little click and all will be well.
One click, three days, and half my sanctification later, the blog has returned to normal. If you didn’t notice anything amiss, completely missing that the blog has been almost nonfunctional since Saturday, shame on you! You should have no higher priority than monitoring me and what I write on this blog. It’s in the Bible. If you can’t find it, you’re using the wrong version. (Hint: It’s right between Zachariah and Malachi.)
For the rest of you, I’m terribly sorry for the pain you must have endured as we suffered through our first major blogtastrophe. But we survived, something that is entirely due to the generous efforts and hard work of Jim Stewart, a colleague from Western Seminary. Thanks to him, we’re up and running again! (Jim, I put in a good word for you with the Holy Spirit. He lives in Wheaton too.)
To celebrate the restoration of the blog, here’s something completely random that is likely to get me in trouble with far too many people.