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Stack Exchange employs me as a Community Manager. I've been known to respond to jericson@stackexchange.com. Alternatively, I maintain an office on chat. (Please ignore the meta cruft.)

I write about my experience as a community manager at jericson.github.io. You can read about what I've done over the years in my curriculum vitae.

On a personal note, I'm married and have three children. Our oldest son loves school, friends, games, and reading. (He can't wait to get on our LEGO® Answers site, but he's not quite old enough. My posts there are usually at his request.) Two of my children happen to have been born on the same day. I sometimes write about that experience.

Don't have time for a full review of something? Why not try my 5-second reviews?

Occasionally, I write a post for Eschewmenical.


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revised Does Joyce Meyer preach salvation by faith in Jesus alone (ie not works)?
Sounded a touch sarcastic and I didn't know for sure what "it" refers to. Ping me if I screwed up.
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comment Why can't there be another fall?
This is a sensible answer and, I believe, lines up well with the story of the prodigal son. Presumably the Father loved both sons, but the older seems to have never known it because he never tested it. Travel far enough down this path of reasoning and you'll end up at felix culpa or somthing very like it.
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reviewed Approve What major translations of the Bible are in the Public Domain?
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comment Why is the Trinity a Trinity?
@Flimzy: I might be overly-clever with my illustration, but I believe the premise is sound and well grounded in ancient Christian theology. I've added a section on perichoresis which is very closely related to Edward's basic argument.