Thursday, July 17, 2008

Triskelos: A Blog Upon Which To Think

I have added to my list of blogs on the sidebar a blog that is indeed a blog upon which to think. There are varying viewpoints and differences of opinion when it comes to God, the infallibiltiy of scripture, the discussion concerning creation/evolution, politics, philosphy and other issues. The interaction there is respectful and they attempt to lay out the issues as balanced as possible hence the differing of opinions and choice of authors.

I would recommend that you take a look and see how discussions are handled and what topics are covered as they will indeed cause you to think. On the other hand, if you are easily swayed in your thinking and not rooted firmly in what you believe, you may want to proceed with caution as some views are not necessarily orthodox when it comes to issues concerning Christianity and the God of the Bible.

Here is what they have in their profile:
Triskelion (or Triskelos, from Greek τρισκελής‚ meaning "three-legged") is a symbol consisting of three interlocked spirals, or any similar symbol with three protrusions. To us, the Triskelos represents the equal and balanced approach of looking at any issue aesthetically, morally, and empirically. Herein, our contributors discuss whatever they find inspiring, or iritating, and seek to uncover the secret behind it.

You can check out Triskelos here.


Harlequin Heretic said...

j razz

As a contributor for Triskelos, I appreciate your acknowledgement of our site. Your words are very fair. Even though you must be kept busy with your own site, I would extend an invitation to join in our discussions.

j razz said...

I am glad to have added you all to my list of blogs. I think you all have a great way of discussing topics that some others would struggle with by way of offense.

As for the invitation, I appreciate the offer but as for now, I have too many things on my plate and not enough time to invest in them how I should. However I will contribute as time permits to the discussions and at some point in the future, if change allows for more time in regards to blogging, I will reconsider the offer if the offer still stands.

Thanks for stopping by.

j razz

Aiden Tharsos said...


I second Harlequin's gratitude. I've been reading you for a while now and have appreciated the eclectic topic threads and the quasi-Socratic methodology with which you often end your articles.

I can appreciate your response to Harlequin...I barely have time to think about what I'm going to write, let alone chase the rabbit holes everyone else explores. But you are always welcome to point out our errors, omissions, and occasional moments of truthful clarity in Triskelos. The law of large numbers dictates we might eventually get something right.