It has been just a bit more than 10 years since I started blogging. I don’t much like change, but after all that time my old blogging platform had become cranky and unreliable. So I threw out the BandAids and moved to WordPress. That move has allowed me to fix things that were broken, add some new features, and, with the help of the talented Thomas Rubarth of Fineline Graphics, AnotherThink now has a fresh look.
The image in the new banner is called The Incredulity of St. Thomas by Caravaggio, painted about 1601. St. Thomas is also known as “doubting Thomas,” because John reports (John 20:24) that Thomas refused to believe in the risen Christ until he could touch the wounds in his side and hands for himself. Jesus gave him that opportunity, and Thomas believed.
Doubt is a consistent theme in what I’ve written over the years, and it has been humanity’s primary challenge to faith since the days of Jesus. We each have to decide who we think Jesus was and how we will respond to him. On these pages I hope to encourage you to have another think about what you believe, what you know — or think you know — about Jesus Christ.
For my mother, who is one of my most loyal fans, there is now a little green button at the end of each post that will print a copy of these essays. That same button will also let you email a copy to a friend. At the top of each post are the usual social networking buttons, should you want to alert your friends to some heresy I’ve written. The comment mechanism works better under WordPress, so tell me what’s on your mind. Besides the usual RSS feeds, you can also sign up to be notified by email each time I post something new.
Thanks for your continuing support for AnotherThink. May the Lord give us all wisdom as we seek him.