I know it's been more than two weeks since I made any new top-level articles, but I hope to resume doing it soon. This was because: i) I got very involved arguing with people on the comment sections of my blog, with consequent fatigue, and ii) I'm in the process of having my wisdom teeth removed (3 on Monday and 1 in a few hours). I'm not in a whole lot of pain, but any encouragement is still welcome.
Nevertheless, sometime soon I hope to resume where I left off, trying to talk about general relativity in an accessible way. It's been a long time since I've had a physics post, and I'm beginning to miss them.
I'm also going to continue talking about theology, but in a somewhat less argumentative way. As St. Lewis says in Reflections on the Psalms, "A man can't be always defending the truth; there must be a time to feed on it." So for the next little while, I'll be focussing more on explaining what I believe than why I believe it (though of course the two things are connected!). Hopefully this will also result in those posts being more accessible to ordinary readers: one of the hazards of debate is that one loses track of any audience besides the people one is arguing with.
So in a few days, Lord willing, I will return to this endeavor with more wisdom, if fewer teeth. May those still reading this blog be blessed, may those who have given up on it be blessed, and may those who never started reading it also be blessed. Amen.