Friday, March 18, 2011

Who reads this blog?

I've been having the experience lately of recommending my blog to people on Facebook and having them tell me they already read it. Gene Veith had an exercise a while back where he asked people to name and introduce themselves. I know a few of you (particularly those who regularly comment), but I get far more hits in a given day than people who comment (obviously!). So if you regularly read this blog, comment who you are and something about yourself (location, job, etc.). I'd be interested to see who's reading!

29 comments:

  1. I'm Nathan. I'm a Lutheran Kantor in Arkansas.

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  2. ...and strangely enough, I grew up around Saginaw, Michigan, and my mom is currently the organist at Immanuel Lutheran in downtown Grand Rapids.

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  3. Richard here. Working on staff at Stanford University.

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  4. My husband is a 2nd year student at Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne. I work at the seminary library.

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  5. Gregory DeVore. LCMS Pastor in Riverside, CA.

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  6. Anna, senior at Augustana College (SD).

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  7. Nathan Rinne. Librarian at Concordia St. Paul

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  8. Donavon Riley. A Lutheran pastor, Undocumented ThD., Grateful recovering alcoholic, Abstract-expressionist, Jazz musician and Scourge of Pharisaism, Pietism, and Revivalism.

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  9. Michael Paul, LCMS pastor serving in Evansville, Indiana, recent CSL PhD grad - Doctrinal Theology, dissertation introduced basics of Luther's theology into the mainstream Chinese church. (I have Chinese missions background and am currently serving as a pastor to the Chinese of Evansville.)

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  11. Bill Hansen, Fort Dodge, Iowa. Retired. Graduate of Concordia High School (1959) and Concordia Seward (1963). Taught briefly in Lutheran Schools in NYC before returning to the midwest. Media specialist and library cataloger until retirement.

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  12. Kurt Onken, pastor of Messiah Lutheran Church (LCMS), Marysville, WA.

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  13. Weslie Odom, Vicar with Concordia Theological Seminary.

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  14. Dennis Peskey - retired layman whose interests include theology and golf. Since I live in Saint Johns, MI, I get six months of each.

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  15. Bethany Kilcrease - your wife. Jazz hands!

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  16. Tapani Simojoki, pastor in the Ev. Luth. Church of England in Fareham, Hampshire, UK.

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  17. Old School Scottish Presbyterian in worship, polity, systematic theology; Gordon Clark's Philosophy; Cappadocian Triadology, Maximian Christology. Louisville, Ky. Theology and Philosophy is my hobby: The Kings Parlor: http://olivianus.thekingsparlor.com/

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  18. Lutheran living in Troy, MI. Husband and father. I work for a credit union in Southfield, MI. Currently working towards an MA in Economics at the University of Detroit Mercy.

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  19. Lutheran living in Singapore. Novice in Lutheranism and theology in general. Thanks for this thought provoking blog. Part of a study group grappling with Luther's theology in this corner of Asia.
    We have a blog at http://www.lutherantheologystudygroup.blogspot.com/
    Do visit us and give us your input and guidance. Many of us are first generation Lutheran Christians. Hope to learn from you gurus or sifus out there.

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  20. I would be John Berg, LCMS pastor in Fremont, CA. We e-chatted a bit ago. Always enjoy and am edified by your posts. My best to your dear wife.

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  21. Ray Salemink, pastor at Trinity, Ellettsville IN (LCMS). Thanks for your help some time back in discussions with a member about Reformed theology concerning the Lord's Supper. Keep up the good work!

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  22. Frank Dent, worshipping at First Lutheran in Boston. New confessional Lutheran after more than 50 years wandering in the wilderness as a starving Evangelical.

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  23. Frank- Good to see a FLC person on here. My wife and I miss FLC very much. Please give our best wishes to everyone!

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  24. Jim Douthwaite
    LCMS Pastor: St. Athanasius, Vienna, VA
    PhD Student at Catholic U in DC

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  25. Lutheran hausfrau in Illinois; wife to one, mother to three (four in August).

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  26. I am a retired layman. I was brought up and lived most of my life in LC-MS congregations in Minnesota. I was then a member of an ELS congregation for nine years. I am back in the LC-MS, and a member of The Lutheran Church of the Triune God in Brooklyn Center, MN.

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  27. Member of Redeemer (LCMS) in Peoria, IL.

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  28. Mark Huntemann

    LCMS

    Friend

    IXOYC

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