What I’ve been e-doing about the web…

I’ve been pretty busy neglecting this blog, so I thought I’d post some of what I’ve been doing elsewhere on the web.

On my personal blog:

The true meaning of Christmas

Blog index for Douglas Groothuis’ “Christian Apologetics: A Comprehensive Case for Biblical Faith”

The day I converted from atheism is approaching…

Over at Christian Apologetics Alliance:

Resolving Euthyphro’s Dilemma

Christmas 2012 in Review: He Came to Us

I put up my old poll in a new format:

Moral truth:  Created, discovered, or neither?

On Examiner.com:

5 Silicon Valley apologetics events in January and February 2013

Coming up on-line, in no particular order:

* Continue to admin the Christian Apologetics Alliance (CAA) group blog.
* Jan 18 on the CAA blog:  Community Apologetics:  Starting with your family.
* Schedule out articles on Examiner.com and the CAA blog.
* Finish and blog my research article on SEO.
* Put my social media article to good use.
* Draft a CAA letter to churches on the need for apologetics as “faith crisis management”.
* Finish Apologetics Toolbox for my kids (share with world).
* Edit and blog audio of “Women in Apologetics” workshop I gave a while back.
* Get apologetics articles polished up for submission.
* Start writing fiction in weekly blog installments.
* Continue with reading and reviews.
* Develop quizzes for CAA lay apologetics course curriculum.
* Move Bible Narrative Project to WordPress.
* Write first Ichthus77 newsletter.
* Et cetera!

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About Maryann Spikes

I love apologetics and philosophy. A para-educator (autism) for five years, I am a very part-time undergraduate student and moonlight as a freelancer. You can follow me on Twitter @Ichthus77 or connect with the Ichthus77 community on Facebook, or catch up with me on Google+.
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