If we were having coffee . . . 12 June 2016

[I’d also offer you a cup of tea]

It’s been a long time coming, but I am trying to apply to my blogging today an unrelated lesson I was taught a long time ago.

The lesson was at law school, in the context of putting cross-examination questions – essentially to mix up pace and topic to make the more searching and challenging questions more effective.

I have pretty much focussed on faith-related posts the whole time that Faith Unlocked has been up and running, but I wonder if revealing a more rounded human side will perhaps help people to understand where I am writing from a little better.

So here are a few facts about me, and the things that ‘make me tick’ aside from my Christian faith:

– I am from England
– I love most sports, especially football (Chelsea FC), rugby (England) and cricket (Surrey CCC), but also NFL (no favourite team)
– I am interested in: physics, natural sciences, history and geography, and politics (but not a member of any political party)
– I love comedy, fantasy, sci-fi, and thrillers
– I love cooking – the bigger the crowd the better!

So – there’s a few things you might find featuring in my posts (and certainly blog-reading and commenting habits) over the coming weeks and months, but ultimately all still for God’s glory and to love my blogging neighbours!

One comment

  1. Thanks so much for sharing a little bit about your background and interests. Not only do we understanding you a little better, but we understand to a greater degree the old adage that “like attracts like” and “it takes one to see one” or the familiar “birds of a feather.” Somehow in the marvelous Providence of God, our paths have crossed, as I note that we have much in common with regard to matters of Christian faith and so much more. I look forward to the time when we shall get to know one another even as we are known. By the way, I do prefer a cup of tea. Thanks again

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