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Blog // Thoughts
August 30, 2007

Looking Back On A ThoughtMap

Back in 2000 I came up with this simple ThoughtMap to explain the ideas that were driving my faith, writing and research (here’s a larger version). The exercise helped me udnerstand both where I had come from and why certain topics kept jumping out in my reading. But looking back now, the map feels tired […]

Back in 2000 I came up with this simple ThoughtMap to explain the ideas that were driving my faith, writing and research (here’s a larger version). The exercise helped me udnerstand both where I had come from and why certain topics kept jumping out in my reading.

But looking back now, the map feels tired (not just the dodgy graphics and text). It’s time to try and draft a new one, which if last experience holds true, will take a few weeks.

In the meantime, I’m keen to hear if anyone else has recently tried this sort of exercise and what the results where. As always, feel free to leave comments, emails or smoke signals.

[tags] Theological Method [/tags]

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