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Where Did Your Blog Get Its Name?

John the Methodist over at Locusts & Honey, asked his readers in one of his recent posts "Where did your blog get its name?" Though I don't expect a tremendous response (I've noticed that since the fall semester has started, the blogging activity has been cut way back), I thought I might ask the same question to the readers of Pisteuomen, so: Where did your blog get its name? (Here's another chance for you to advertise your blog on my site!)

3 comments

John | September 13, 2007 at 8:55 PM

What does "Pisteuomen" mean?

John | September 13, 2007 at 8:55 PM

You know, here at Disney World Theological Seminary, we don't learn fancy words like that.

T Michael W Halcomb | September 13, 2007 at 11:19 PM

hahaha,
boy did this get turned around.

pisteuomen is a greek word that means "we believe." pisteuo would be "i believe" but i wanted my blog to be a place of community; a place that represented the "we" part of faith that is so often ignored in our society.

pisteuomen is also at the beginning of the apostle's creed! so, there you go!

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