Hey! Randy


This site is my writing hobby. Since I am a little parsimonious, I like the cost of using digital ink and paper. And since I am a mediocre typist, I like the ease of correcting my errors. Those of you who have ever used a typewriter (look it up) will know what I mean.

The material I post is mine; no one else wants to be associated with this stuff. You are free to use it with attribution.

Please post a comment. If you don’t like what I say, feel free to state your objections. I only ask that you be reasonable and that you use a civil tone. Vulgarities will be deleted, libel will not be published. If you think that what I write is great, you may be effusive in you praise.

The site takes its name from the two words at work I hear most often: “Hey, Randy!” These words usually preface the relating of a problem that I must address. This phrase is so common that one of my coworkers used a press apply label to change the name on my time card to “Randy, Hey”. I gave him the star for humor.

I hold to free market capitalism, Reformed theology, personal freedom and responsibility, and limited government. I read widely and encourage others to do so. I believe self-education is best, but I have had some great teachers. They were the ones who showed me how little I knew. I have largely taken over their job. I have an odd, obdurate student.

3 Responses to “About”

  1. irishanglican said

    Hey mate,

    I hope you read the real Calvin, and not just American theology about him? I love the real man John Calvin, and his writings, sermons, etc. myself. Though I am more of the neo-Calvinst myself, and not American, but more toward Barth also (pro. Bart). But have my little brother who lives there…one time American Marine. I was myself a Royal Marine officer in Gulf War 1, plus. I am in my 50’s.

    I also like Augustine, but do not not follow his double procession in the Trinity (Filioque). The Father is in reality the regal of the Godhead (cause or origin).

    I am also a student of Tertullian as Augustine. Both African Churchmen. And see something of Traducianism.

    But I am also somewhat Eastern Orthodox friendly. They are very profound in both the Incarnation and Trinity of God.

    Just seeking to share some.

    the Rev. Dr. Fr. Robert (irishanglican)

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