16 June 2005

A few days' vacation. See you after.

I'll be gone this weekend. I'm leaving early this morning for a conference sponsored by a FIRE church in a different part of the country. I would tell you where, but with so many people perturbed with me at the moment, that might not be prudent.

Anyway, I don't know whether I'll be able to blog at all till I get home on Tuesday. It's an opportunity for me to stay out of mischief for awhile, and I'm going to take it. Even when I do get home, I have a busy summer ahead and will almost certainly not be able to blog with the ferocious frequency of the past 2 weeks. Now that PyroManiac is truly and officially launched, I'm going to have to get into a slower rhythm with it.

One thing I've learned: I'll never, no matter how hard I try, be able to match the volume and quality of stuff blogged by James White, much less Steve Hays. How those guys manage, I'll never know. But I respect them both more than ever, having tried my hand at blogging in earnest.

So enjoy a PyroManiac-free few days, and look for me when I get back.


13 comments:

Patrick said...

Have a good time on your vacation and don't get burnt out blogging..

after all you were supposed to just post entries "2 or 3 times a week" :)

Good post on the Fire fellowship. One of our seminaries here in the bay area has recently joined Fire. Praise God for that fellowship.

Matt said...

Calling in from the Met Tab, London; nice to drop in here from time to time to see what's going up (and what's being put down, shunted sideways, pulled back and egged on). Trying to get through your discussion on Fundamentalism at the moment, so will be glad of the break to catch up on that :)

Fight the good fight, finish the course, keep the faith.

Renee said...

Have a good time on vacation Phil.

BTW, I like your blog because it doesn't overload me with updated information on an hourly basis :)

It's good to have a few days to reflect on some of your earlier postings and some of the responses (it's wise to spend a bit of time in discussions and refelcting on anything dealing with God... when it is possible).

DrOakley said...

Phil!

Chicken! If I put my travel schedule on MY website, what are YOU afraid of? My list of "I'd like to sock him in the nose" groups is...well...real long. :-)

James>>>

centuri0n said...

You can't outblog Steve Hays. He's like the protestant Dave Armstrong ...

... um, wait ... that didn't come out right ...

Dave said...

Hey Phil,

I'm a former student at TMC and member of GCC. Just found your blog. I've always been a fan. Just thought I'd drop you a line and say hello. You can check me out at http://davesexegesis.blogspot.com.

Dave

Dan Paden said...

I posted something along these lines a few days ago, here, if you have time and inclination:

http://friedpie.blogspot.com/2005/06/sorry-for-not-posting.html

WTRA said...

Enjoy!

Brett said...

Phil, you ought to have some sort of RSS feed for your site.

Mark said...

All Blogspot sites have RSS feeds, though they're not always advertised. Just enter the site URL then add /atom.xml. In this case, the RSS address would be http://phillipjohnson.blogspot.com/atom.xml

Habitans in Sicco said...

Top of the right column. look for the picture of a matchbook match that says "RSS" on it. Click. It's that simple.

Michael Kelley said...

Phil was preaching at Juanita Community Church's family camp up here near Seattle this past weekend, and we had a really great time having him here. You can check out the messages he preached here. I also posted a bit about the camp at my blog.

Jorge Afanador said...

Great blog. I've benefited greatly from the ministry of John MacArthur and Grace To You and have also enjoyed your work at the Spurgeon Archive. Keep up the good work. Enjoy your time off.