Well, I’ve joined the blog world. I intend to occasionally post material on this blog mostly commenting on issues of importance to Christ’s church, especially in the areas of culture and politics, from a reformed evangelical perspective. I’ll often post links to webpages, documents, audio and video that I find helpful or interesting (including a book review here and there). Maybe you’ll find something here that will be of some benefit to you as well. Feel free to spread the word about this blog to others.
Who am I? Troy Gibson, a college professor (Political Science) and husband of one wife, father of three. We attend a local congregation of the PCA in Hattiesburg, MS. You can download my curriculum vita (academic resume) here: CURRICULUM VITAE.
Hobbies: Reading (history, theology, apologetics, politics and culture); Southern Miss athletics; playing with my kids.
If you would like to be added to my goodreads.com page (has all the books I’ve read, am reading, plan to read, and recommendations), send email and I’ll add you.
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