I’m back on a blogging role, after giving up my Lenten blogging fast. And I have a new template – I hope my six readers like it.
But I also changed the subtitle of my blog, and this was hard for me to do. It used to read THE LUTHERAN ZEPHYR – a light lutheran wind, or a way to banish the devil. I thought this was a really clever allusion to Luther’s comment that you can banish the devil by breaking wind (zephyr = light wind), but I’m not sure it adequately described my blogging efforts.
Since my blogging strays from faith to politics to baseball to the stuff of life in general, I thought a more simple and honest subtitle was in order (though I still hope that my blog banishes the devil from time to time!). Now my blog claims to be Looking at Faith, Politics, Baseball & Life through a Lutheran lens. I am amazed that so many of my blogging friends write almost exclusively about one topic (faith/religion/church), but I can’t do it. I need four topics (one of which – life – is so broad it can cover just about anything). So the change in subtitle is an effort to have some truth in advertising.
Here at The Lutheran Zephyr, you’re getting a hodgepodge of thoughts and reflections from an intentional and passionate Lutheran who also gets caught up in baseball, politics and life. Thanks for stopping by, and please do visit again soon.