My interview, as requested by Rey.

Hey Razor, here’s your interview questions, brother:
1. How did you get into apologetics?

Well, I’ve always been a big-time debate junkie. I love debates, I love the challenge, and I love the atmosphere of them.

However – when I “regained” my equilibrium (as a Christian), I found myself drawn more and more to defending the faith – partially because I debate so often, and partially because I tended to hang out in places where there wasn’t much, if any, of a Christian presence – specifically, gaming forums, communities, and the like. Most of those communities are made up of younger folks – and there really, really, are not many older, well-grounded Christians that play games. Gaming communities, as you may know, can be absolutely huge. So, I began “apologetics”, starting with general debates with non-Christians on forums. I’ve dabbled for quite a long time on talkorigins, and the usenet world as well – but primarily, my catalyst was gaming forums, and communities.

2. How long have you been a speed reader?

For as long as I can remember. I remember thinking “wow, that was fast” from about 11-12 years old onward. I was homeschooled, so I never really encountered a whole lot of comparison with others my age until that time. I thought everyone read fast 😀

3. What is your dream job?

I really don’t know, to be honest. I’d love to be a rock singer, or a pro web designer. Heh. Among other things. Those two come to mind, though.

4. How many books have you read in the last 6 months?

Honestly? I have no idea. It’d be in the hundreds, though.

5. What’s one of your pet peeves?

Words used incorrectly.

Here’s how you can play the interview game:

1. Leave me a comment saying “interview me.” The first five commenters will be the participants.
2. I will respond by asking you five questions.
3. You will update your blog/site with the answers to the questions.
4. You will include this explanation and an offer to interview someone else in the same post.
5. When others comment asking to be interviewed, you will ask them five questions. (Write your own questions or borrow some.)

~ RK