• August 11, 2008 /  No Comments

    You can contact me here.  The Tav Blog fills a void in my thinking.  The Aleph Blog is for business, and so it is apolitical, and mostly mute on many religious and cultural issues.  This is my place to express the things that are near my heart, on the topics of religion, culture, and less importantly, politics.

    I don’t expect many of my readers to agree with me as I write at The Tav Blog, and certainly not agree with everything… I often find myself in the minority on a number of things, but I do my best to serve my Savior.  So, if you will, join me in my musings at The Tav Blog.

    • If you are not a Christian, I will encourage you to become one.
    • If you are a Christian, I will encourage you to become Reformed/Presbyterian, and to consider the cultural decay that infects much of our churches.
    • If you are Reformed, I will encourage you to consider the RPCNA, and to consider the cultural decay that infects much of our churches.
    • Beyond that, I will try to put things in their proper places.  The economy may fall apart, but if we have peace with God, food, clothing, and shelter, we have nothing to complain about.

    Why is this called The Tav Blog?  Well, as Aleph is the first letter in the Hebrew Alphabet, Tav is the last.  This is for my residual musings, which are in the long run more important than what I write about economics and finance.  After all, I am writing about eternity here.

    With that, if you can bear with me, join me as I explore the world that our great God created in 144 hours, somewhat over 6000 years ago.  May God bless you richly.