So I’d say it’s something to be proud of, and I am proud of it! It’s been a real labor of love for a significant portion of my life, and it’s something I hope to continue doing. Of course, as always, time is a factor, and so many things are competing for my attention.
I’m also thankful for all who have read my scribblings and have contributed comments over the years as well. I really do appreciate that. Not only did you read something from my hand, you also took the time to post some thoughts in reaction, and that only adds to the excitement.
Here are the blog entries for the past year, starting with the previous anniversary post:
460. Incinerating Presuppositionalism: Year Fourteen - March 26, 2019
461 Wilson’s Fixation on Fizzing - April 28, 2019
462. More on Wilson’s Fizzing about Fizzing - May 27, 2019
463. Does Objectivism Deny the Reality of Change? - June 26, 2019
464. The Agony of Agnosticism, or: Why Not Mature Thoughtfulness? - July 28, 2019
465. Pardon My Skepticism… - August 14, 2019
466. Shrugging off Mysticism - September 26, 2019
467. Hallomeanie! - October 31, 2019
468. ”He is found in our hearts” - November 8, 2019
469. Initial Questions for Anderson’s “Why Should I Believe Christianity” - November 22, 2019
470. Preliminary Worldview Considerations before Anderson’s WSIBC - November 27, 2019
471. WSIBC: “Competing Worldviews” - December 1, 2019
472. WSIBC: Divine Voices and Failed Arguments - December 27, 2019
473. WSIBC: “God and Existence” – Part 1: “The Question” - January 22, 2020
474. WSIBC: “God and Existence” – Part 2: Contingency Desperation - February 2, 2020
475. WSIBC: “God and Values” - February 17, 2020
476. WSIBC: “God and Morality” - March 8, 2020
477. WSIBC: “God and Reason” - March 15, 2020
Now I’ve never made much of an effort in the past to track page views or visits data on my blog. In that way, I’m not much of marketer of my site. It’s never been very important to me. But as I was reviewing other traffic data (apparently someone in Turkmenistan likes to visit my blog… who knew?), I did notice that my post Wilson’s Fixation on Fizzing from this past year has had a huge number of page views. So I looked back and found that this entry is likely already in the top five of most-visited posts since the inception of Incinerating Presuppositionalism in 2005. Amazingly, it’s not too far off from two of the most-viewed entries on my blog, which is A Critique of Sye Ten Bruggencate’s www.proofthatgodexists.org (published in August 2010) and A Proof that the Christian God Does Not Exist (published in July 2011). Apparently there are readers out there interested in how to interact with Doug Wilson’s caricature. Hopefully they’ve found my remarks helpful – after all, at this time there are only two comments posted to that entry.
I am still working my way through James Anderson’s book Why Should I Believe Christianity? and I hope to have another installment up in that series early next month. I’ve been really enjoying that!
Times are very strange now, as everyone knows. Stay safe and keep your head straight! We will get through this.
by Dawson Bethrick