MaybeToday.org was launched on March 1st, 2008, to serve as a storyboard for my ideas, and a sounding board for my thinking. It served, at least occasionally,  as a personal blog for about five years, but has been mostly quiet for the past few years, both because “spare” time has been harder to come by lately, and because I became frustrated by the increasing politicization and “newsiness” of both my blog entries and my daily reading. Over recent years, I have been generating and updating site content, on pages behind the front-page blog, which provide information for students of the Bible, particularly Catholics. I continue to hold out hope that  I will find the right formula of time and effort to get the blog active again.

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