So in a minute I am going to plug some of our new media sites. Since we are a thoroughly Reformed bunch here, this is all in the interests of bringing the thought of the 16th century abreast of current developments. All the truth of the high confessional era in a high tech way, with occasional high jinks thrown in.
So if you want to keep abreast of the events in Moscow, or new releases, or other cool stuff like that, just go to these sites, and click all the “like” or “follow” buttons you can find. You will soon find yourself in the know.
Credenda has a Facebook page here, and Canon Press, not to be outdone, has one here. And as if that were not enough, using a chiastic structure for this presentation, Canon Press has a Twitter account here, and Credenda has one here.
And now let me tell you a little story about how the new media brings people together. The other day Nancy and I flew into London from Germany, and while we were standing in the passport line, my phone chirruped at me. I took it out, and there was this text message to me from Mark Driscoll. It said “Welcome to London.” I showed it to Nancy, thinking huh. I looked around, and a guy up ahead of us pointed to a place ahead of him. There was Mark Driscoll and we waved our phones at each other. This is the sort of thing that never ever happened to John Oecolampadius or Pierre Viret.