Question for readers of Views from the Edge

I need your help. I’m taking a refresher course called Blogging 101.

Views from the Edge is the name of this site. Fine. I’m sticking with it.  But what about a “tag line”?

Since “Views from the Edge” doesn’t say what the blog is about, the tag line is important to give the reader a better clue to the nature of the site.

One member of the webinar suggested something like “Looking at public life and the assumptions that shape it”.

I’ve also thought about using the Amish rocking chair as a tag line to indicate a slower, more thoughtful look at the world. Or adapting Kosuke Koyama’s observation that God is a three-mile-an-hour God – walking at the normal speed of a human walking. I confess! I’m stumped!!!

ALL SUGGESTIONS ARE WELCOME.

Thanks for considering,

Gordon

 

 

 

 

6 thoughts on “Question for readers of Views from the Edge

  1. Too long. So what is new, with my history of verbiage? “Taking time to consider things in depth or from a different angle, with occasional (and important) flashes of humor”. I’ll keep trying. Here’s the first revision:
    Taking time to consider things in depth or from a different angle, with occasional, important flashes of humor.

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  2. Social Commentary and reflections from a Christian Liberal.

    I’ve searched those terms before hoping for proof I’m not alone and “Christian liberal” is not, in fact, an oxymoron. Good luck!

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