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Eric is a giant nerd.  He’s currently made “being a nerd” into a career with a doctorate in biology.  Despite this he’s married.

Perhaps more relevant to this blog Eric has no formal training in theology.  He does, however, read quite a lot, and has, for certain definitions of read, taught himself to read Hebrew.

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  1. October 23, 2013 8:10 am

    wow what a rebuttal, this is the best I have read yet with an openness. I would like to quote you in my article in a few places, before I am done I will send the rough draft to you to look over. I would also like to post you article on my website

    • Eric permalink
      October 23, 2013 9:24 pm

      Given the placement of this comment I’m a but unsure which article you are referring to (I assume the most recent one “The Tides of History” but I might be wrong).

      However, my quotation/linking policy is pretty straightforward: this is a public blog and so I can’t really object to anyone quoting me or linking to me (although I could object to being misquoted I suppose). I certainly appreciate your offer to see a draft before you publish.

      In this case if you linked to my article I would be happy enough to accept the link so that it shows at the bottom of the article on my site.

      If you need more information/wish to discuss this more you can also shoot us an email (found in “Talk to Us”) with my name in the header and I’ll get it.

  2. October 31, 2015 11:47 am

    Thank you for taking the time to research and write these articles. I really appreciate it and think it is making a difference.

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