Our new anonymous correspondent, Eutychus VII, begins his column in this issue. We look to Eutychus to “prove that the pin is mightier than the sword in deflating ecclesiastical pretense, sham, and present-day religiosity” (the quote is from a collection of Eutychus I’s letters, Eutychus (and his pin), published by Eerdmans in 1960). Our first Eutychus was Edmund Clowney. The sixth scion in this provocative line was Harold O. J. Brown, unmasked last issue, and I want to thank him for two years’ worth of good reading. To the latest occupant of that window-seat at Troas: Welcome! Stay awake, and help us stay awake.1
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