What I Believe

Conscience is something, in a sense, apart from man. It has been put in him by God; it is a reminder of the voice of God within him, an inward monitor, and a man cannot really manipulate his conscience. He can go against it, but that is not manipulating it. It is possible, as this Apostle says again in writing to Timothy, for the conscience to be seared “with a hot iron”. But nevertheless it is true to say that the conscience is an independent witness.
Martyn Lloyd-Jones (God’s Sovereign Purpose)

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I Write Like:

Saw this at Rebecca's and thought I'd give it a go:

I Write Like by Mémoires, Mac journal software. Analyze your writing!

(I had to look Mr. Wallace up on Wikipedia.) . . .I'm not sure how I should feel about this. . . : D

Reader Comments (3)

I'm told I write like Stephen King. I'm not sure about that either!

July 14, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterDorothy

Hah! I did four different essays and came up with four different writers/styles. Try a few of your other posts and see if this is your experience. Apparently I also write like David Foster Wallace, and Vladimir Nabokov and James Joyce and some woman whose name now eludes my memory.

July 14, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterheidi

Funny how we're all interested in this! Like Dorothy, I supposedly write like Stephen King. Scary!

July 14, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterrosemary

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