Occasionally, I like to give my readers a chance to introduce themselves. I believe that the interaction that we have with one another on this blog – and other blogs – is very important. The more we know about one another, the more we are able to interact with one another intelligently and intelligibly.
I’ll start. My name is Alan Knox. I’m 41 (soon to be 42) years old. I’m originally from Alabama. I currently live in Youngsville (just north of Raleigh), NC. I work as a web developer and part-time professor. I’m hoping to find a job as a full-time professor soon. I’ve been married to Margaret for 20 years. We have two children and two dogs. I grew up in Southern Baptist churches, and I’m attending a Southern Baptist seminary. I’m currently in the PhD program at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. I have been interested in ecclesiology (the study of the church) for a long time. My interest was piqued a few years ago when I realized that many of the things we believe about the church and do as the church are not found in Scripture, and are, in fact, contrary to Scripture.
So, now it is your turn. Would you be willing to tell us about yourself? (Only as much as you feel comfortable sharing, of course.)