Gentle Answers: A New Feature

We’re excited today to announce a new feature here at Gentle Reformation: Gentle Answers! (See the form on the right hand column.)

The vision: At our high school and college conferences, one of the annual highlights is the question-and-answer panel of pastors. To hear several godly men discuss a question close to one’s heart is often a great encouragement as well as a great teaching opportunity. Given the great group of men brought together to author this blog, we see an opportunity to create a similar blessing to you, the readers.

How it works: Simply fill out the form in the right hand column. Your questions will be emailed to me (Jared) and then I’ll pick one at a time to distribute to all the gentlemen authors, asking them to supply fairly brief answers for the question. Once I receive back several answers on one topic, we’ll publish them together.

While this is not a new idea–many blogs have a “suggest a topic” feature–we see Gentle Reformation taking it a step further by making the answer a discussion among several authors, rather than just one man’s thoughts. And, of course, we’ll be excited for you to participate in the discussion as well.

So (drumroll, please)…have at it! Let us know what topics you’d like to have us discuss together.

Finally, the fine print: first, in each post the questioner will be kept anonymous, unless you request otherwise. Second, we can’t promise to work through every question.


p.s.–some of our answers will be super-awesome like this one:



  1. Cera McCarragher May 9, 2012 at 1:27 pm #

    hehe I have a t-shirt with that solution! 🙂

    Great idea!

  2. Ron May 9, 2012 at 1:46 pm #

    Finally! I’ve been struggling with that question for years! Can you show us the formula that helps get us to that answer? : )

    Great addition to the blog!

  3. Jon Held May 9, 2012 at 4:03 pm #

    I love the idea. it should be interesting.


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