Posts Tagged ‘conversation’

Meta-Thoughts for Forum Blogging

It might have slipped your notice, but the Evangelical Outpost found six Torrey Honors students who were keen on writing, tsk-tsked at our lonely Blogspots and well-hidden journals, and invited us into the open, the fray of forum blogging. Instead of constantly writing by ourselves (and mostly, for ourselves),...
December 6th, 2013 | Blogging | Read More

Reflections on Exhaustion, Self-Deception, and Intellectual Responsibility

I struggled with a topic to write about today, for a variety of reasons. There is no shortage of options: I’m taking two summer classes that could both use some good reflection, I just finished a semester where all I took was philosophy, and I’m currently reading some excellent contemporary...
May 31st, 2012 | Blogging, Featured, Media | Read More

Intentional Ambiguity: Telling it Slant

In the recent inaugural episode of Barak Wright’s arts and culture podcast, The Sandbox Monthly, Ken Myers talked about the dearth of genuine speech on the radio. Real conversation is full of starts and stops, hesitations, and the kind of awkwardness not found in the canned speech of radio personalities,...
December 7th, 2009 | Art & Literature, Logic & Rhetoric, The Gospel | Read More