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28 responses to “About

  1. Ned Lunn

    What I love most about this site is that it’s so you; clever, obscure, arcane and, the most brilliant bit… You have kept the random, vague and generic About page… So self depricating and random! I would have been so disappointed if you had written something on this page!

  2. Just found this blog, courtesy of whytheology.wordpress.com . Really great stuff! I’m a visual person and love graphs!

  3. Awesome, just awesome. 🙂

  4. Love this! It made me ‘lol’, and at 39, I try not to throw that acronym around too frequently.

  5. Who are you? You are freaking awesome.

  6. Love this! It made me laugh at the end of a long day. Keep posting please!

  7. Emilie Teresa Smith

    liberation theologian here, love it, though as a girl, facial hair isn’t a bonus . . .so funny

  8. This is a wonderful site. Thank you, Example of a Page, for your good work!

  9. Hey, enjoyed several of your diagrams which were pointed out to me by a friend on a FB blog. One of my friends over there suggested I submit a diagram of my own, “The Belief Matrix,” to your site … if you’re interested in using it please feel free to drop me a note. http://nailtothedoor.com/the-belief-matrix-a-functional-description-of-evidence-and-theismatheism/

  10. Really Love your Blog – Right brained Visual Spatial Girl here, so totally speaks to where I am. It’s pure genius. Have nominated you for a Liebster award – you can see the nomination here – http://thatstorygirl.wordpress.com/2013/11/06/that-liebster-award-post/
    Thanks for sharing your wisdom with the world

  11. This ex-chemist, ex engineer, now-Vicar just loves these!!

  12. Hi, what a brilliant blog! I’m the editor of a parish magazine and wonder if you would object to me using any of your diagrams please. I’d give you/your blog the credit if you agree, of course. Thanks

  13. Lou Poulain

    I too would love to use a couple of your graphs in our parish newsletter and FB page. They are delightful!.

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  15. psalmsinthesouth.wordpress.com loves this stuff 🙂

  16. Awesome! Funniest book I’ve read all year. And your graph about the viva scares me.

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  18. Alan Combes

    Dear Rich – a brief word of thanks for your excellent visualisation of so many real life and deeply theological issues. I would gladly pay for a pdf/powerpoint copy for use in preaching and teaching? God bless your ministry and thanks again for making me and my family laugh which is such a blessing. Rev Alan

    • Dear Alan

      Thanks for your comment, very kind words. I’m more than happy for people to use the images on this blog for things like teaching or preaching, though I don’t really have a way of doing that. Probably the easiest thing is to rip the images straight from the website. The only issue is with publishing them, but for powerpoint there’s no problem. Cheers!

  19. John Balguy

    What do you use to make your diagrams?

  20. Can I share some of the photos on your blog on my own blog as examples of what can be found in your book?

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