A Very Important Question for Readers

I need to make a decision about my future endeavors and I need your help. If you are interested in my continuing to post and maintain this blog, if you read any of the posts when they appear, or if you have any interest at all in this blog, please leave a comment. You don’t need to say anything, you can use one word, such as “yes”. Thank you for your cooperation.

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31 Responses to A Very Important Question for Readers

  1. I love your posts. Keep them coming!

  2. Bruce Cooper says:

    Yes Sy, please keep them coming! Blessings.

  3. Tracy Hamby says:

    Yes, please.

  4. Paul Bruggink says:

    I have found your posts to be very helpful. Please continue.

  5. I read what you wrote and often share it.

  6. Mike Beidler says:


  7. Michael Pollack says:


  8. Karen Wong says:

    Yes. I read every one.

  9. Trey Walters says:


  10. STUART EVAN KAYE says:


  11. Ineke Evink says:

    I love to read your comments! They are very helpful. So please continue to write them!

  12. Yancy Calzada says:

    Yes Sir!

  13. SheilaDeeth says:

    I enjoy your posts, and I always keep the emails with links to them, so I can easily find them again. Please keep writing.

  14. Thanks to all of you. The response makes it clear. The Book of Works blog is not going away. Blessings and love to all.

    • Mary Bullington says:

      Hello Sy,
      I watched an interview/video ith you I stumbled upon last night on Safari looked you up this morning. I haven’t read any of the entries in your blog yet, but I’m interested in what you have to say. The interview was on a program called Capturing Christianity, or something like that. The two dreams you related–the cliff-hanging and the enclosed garden dream–interested me particularly. I’d appreciate being able to tunes in to what you have to say, and especially about your sense of how cells (and human beings) are a part of God’s plan. I’m about your age, a long-lapsed Episcopalian, with a PHD in medieval literature. I made a major U-Turn in my life in 1994: shortly after defending my dissertation, I became a self-taught fine artist working in mixed media. I’m not a church-goer, but I’ve been scraping along by God’s grace for the last 28 years. At least that’s my take on things. Thank you for being online,
      Mary Bullington

  15. dgilmanjm says:

    Please keep them coming!

  16. Kelton says:

    Yes. Your work is extremely valuable to me.

  17. Dave says:

    Oh yeah.

  18. dtburgess says:

    Yes! Ending this blog would leave a big hole in my day.

  19. Richard van der Molen says:


  20. Larry Postma says:

    Please keep them coming! We’ve been on a trip or I’d have responded more promptly!

  21. Don Cadwallader says:

    Yes, Sy. Please keep them coming.

  22. Zac says:

    I really appreciate this blog, thank you for continuing to post articles!

  23. Giovana Velarde says:

    Yes. We need them. Specially when talking to teens and young adults

  24. Sheryl says:

    I just saw you on YouTube and you want to stop now?

    Speaking of which, if you can write a blog post explaining why D.N.A. does not replicate or point me to that explanation, I really need that. I understand that mRNA makes the copies of the master DNA. But D.N.A. itself not replicating without all these other factors, makes DNA what exactly? Chemical? Semi-Biological? Something else? I don’t understand what you were getting at exactly and that’s probably because I’m not a scientist like you. 😁

    The video was “Capturing Christianity” and currently has 1.4M views. No, I do not think you should stop. I think you need to make more videos.

  25. Stuart Kaye says:

    Stuart Kiwi says,
    Please keep going Sy. I greatly appreciate your posts and read them regularly.

  26. Elisa says:

    I learned about you this past week and immediately bought your book The Works of His Hands. So yes, I’m very interested in you continuing on with this blog and I will be reading it regularly. Although most of it goes way over my head, some understanding is gleaned from it.

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