Changing Gears:

Well, we are quickly coming to the end of our series on Politics and Religion. It is amazing how quickly the time has gone by. This series’ final post will be released in the next few days. We have covered a number of topics (defining government, civil disobedience, Iraq war, global warming, etc.), although this has by no means been a comprehensive assessment of the important political issues today. We are sure to revisit this topic as the 2008 Presidential election draws closer. We hope you have enjoyed reading our posts and learned as much as we have writing them.

It is always difficult to change gears from one thing to another, but we must now be getting on to another season in the life of Consanguinity. It is not clear to us, however, where we should go next. As this is largely determined by you, our readers, we would like to poll you about what potential topics/series you would like to see us address in the future. We would greatly appreciate your feedback, so feel free to comment on this post and share your thoughts with us. For the interim period between the end of this series and the beginning of the next, we plan to insert another short-story project.

-Matt and James, the brothers


3 Responses to Changing Gears:

  1. Matt says:

    I’ll see if I can prime this conversation with some concrete proposals. Considering the response to our latest post on “Expelled,” we are seriously considering doing a series on creation and interpretation of Genesis. Right now, this might be the most probable direction. However, we’ve also discussed doing some sort of thematic scriptural study (which if we don’t do now, we will almost certainly do in the future). How do people feel about these options? Any ideas on themes within the Bible that you would like to see discussed?

  2. Ann says:

    I like the idea of doing a series on creation and the interpretation of Genesis.

  3. NoPockets says:

    Following the same theme from last time, why not start a series on Science and Religion – this could most likely encompass several issues that overlap science and religion and include creation and it’s relationship to current scientific theories. Obviously, several of us are all keyed up for a discussion on creation, so that’s my two cents. I’m up for a thematic discussion of scripture as well, though.

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