Thanks for stopping by

Since moving this blog from Blogger to WordPress, Per Crucem ad Lucem has received over one million hits. I’m not suggesting that there is any correlation between these two facts. I simply wanted to say ‘Thank you’ for visiting, for commenting, for sharing links, for leaving, and then for stopping by again.

Like most bloggers, I guess, I’ve wondered, from time to time, about packing in the mouse, but then something happens, and the mouse … well, the batteries get changed or re-charged and off we go again. It will not always be so, of course. With probably even less claim to life than grass and flowers, this blog (and its author) will wither and fade (Isa 40.8). Indeed, among its raisons d’être is to bear witness to this hope. But for now, and in the words of Dag Hammarskjöld, ‘For all that has been – thanks. To all that will be – yes’.

5 thoughts on “Thanks for stopping by

  1. Jason,

    Thank you for not quitting. I understand that urge to do so; I have been in that kind of lull myself right now, but somehow I’ve become a “blogger,” and to borrow another aphorism: ‘you can take the boy out of the blogosphere, but you can’t take the blogosphere out of the boy’ ;-) … it’s a vortex. So YES! Amen, keep up the good work, Jason!

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  2. Jason,

    PCAL is a great gift to the church, and one of the few thoughtful spaces where Gospel and culture converse. And all of us committed to the idea that you don’t have to be an idiot or wear a tin-foil hat to be a Christian thank you.

    Rick

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