It may look dead, but it’s not

November 27, 2007 in Sovereign Grace Ministries

Just FYI – I don’t plan to update this site very often.  I’ve told my story.  I’ve saved a spot for the comments that got wiped off of another blog.  Since I have no ax to grind (I know I keep repeating this, but it’s important, because I want people to clearly understand that this site is NOT “anti” Sovereign Grace), my work here is done.

Aside from moderating comments, if there are any.

If you think you have anything at all to add to this blog, PLEASE leave your comment.  If you’ve never posted before, your comment will go into moderation.  You won’t see it immediately.  But once it’s been approved, it will show up.  If you’ve had a comment approved before, you’ll be able to see your subsequent comments as soon as you post them.

Although this site is called “Sovereign Grace Uncensored,” and although I did say in the first post that “nothing is gonna get scrubbed here,” I probably should explain that if your comment contains smarmy gossip, or if it names names in a clearly unkind manner, it will probably get deleted.  And yes, I’m aware that “smarmy gossip” and “clearly unkind” are open to interpretation.  For better or for worse, it will be MY interpretation.  If I think your comment still might add something to the discussion here, I’ll probably write you and ask you to modify it.  Or I’ll just go ahead and edit it myself.

So this blog is not exactly “uncensored.”  I’m not interested in maintaining a site that’s negative or divisive.  I’m not interested in providing a forum for gossip. 

I do, however, hold to a Calvinist viewpoint when it comes to “all things working together for good to those that love God and are called according to His purposes.”  That’s why I really don’t like “scrubbed” history – even church history.  True humility involves opening up all aspects of a subject to the light of truth.  Sometimes, God’s sovereign hand is most evident through the times when we’ve been in error, because He eventually led us OUT of error. 

Downplaying or covering up certain parts of our past only serves to detract from the REAL story of God’s “sovereign grace.”

So as your moderator, I will try, with God’s help, to exercise His wisdom.  If you stumble across this site and believe that something is inaccurate or needs to be edited, please say so.  However, remember this:  if we’re so quick to label every questioning or dissenting voice as “gossip,” we may need to examine ourselves for what we, in our pride, are trying to gloss over or hide.

Grace and peace to you!

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