Inviting Your Criticism !


Alrighty, I’m soliciting input! I am looking for honest and hopefully constructive criticism, that will enable me to reevaluate the content I am selecting and the manner in which I articulate the selected information I post for this blog. Bear in mind that I currently have just over 1100 posts so there are a relatively large range of topics that I have already discussed. That being said:

If there are things that I do that annoy you, please let me know.

If there are things that I focus on too much, let me know about that too.

If there are things that you’d like me to focus on more, let me know.

Short story is I would really appreciate any input you have that would make this a better balanced blog for promoting Christian Apologetics.

And, just so you know, I’m ex military, which means my skin is relatively thick so don’t be afraid of offending me.

Thanking you all in advance.









  1. I’m not ex-military. I don’t invite criticism. I get it, of course, but I certainly don’t invite it…except when I ask my wife how the sermon went…then all I get is encouragement, because I’m sure she doesn’t want to depress me. So, you da man! πŸ™‚

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  2. Bruce…You have a very effective way of presenting
    Gods word. I only wish you and others could do so in a shorter space. . I can easily spend the entire morning reading which leaves very little time to reflect and do more study. It’s all good just sometime too much of a good thing.


  3. I’ve always enjoyed your blog in whole. One thing I especially enjoy is when you speak from your heart about your experiences and how you see things now with your experiences of years. I appreciate it each and every time!


      1. I agree with some of the comments, Bruce. I have not seen your posts as judgemental, just judging. What I mean is that we are called to judge teaching and make sure it is Biblical. There is lot out there that isn’t. But I don’t feel we are supposed to present it in a harsh or finger pointing fashion, and I don’t think you do. Which is good, because gentle example is what will usually inspire others to follow. We are called to lead others to Christ, not drive them away with judgemental finger pointing. So keep up the good work. Only please consider making posts shorter. Sometimes I just don’t have the time to read the longer ones!

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  4. The only thing I can offer is that I wish I had the time to read your lengthier posts more carefully and thoughtfully. I sometimes skim and hit the like button because I just need to get out from in front of this screen.

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  5. I don’t like to skim, either, but I also don’t want to miss any of your posts!
    I have tried to limit my posts to 1000 words, and when they have numbered more like 1500, I have gone through them a few times and found that I am able to cut them down way more than I thought I could.


    1. Yes, I’m getting that message. Thanks Ann, I shall endeavour to make them shorter. Blessings and thank you for responding, sincerely appreciated!


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