Disambiguation is one of my new favorite words. It’s blatantly stolen from Wikipedia which states

Disambiguation in Wikipedia and Wikimedia is the process of resolving ambiguity —meaning the conflicts that occur when articles about two or more different topics have the same “natural” title.

I love that idea. Resolving ambiguity sounds noble. Especially in matters of faith. And that is the general intent of this blog – to attempt to resolve ambiguity. This is primarily for my own benefit as I continually sort out what I do and don’t believe. You may benefit from my thought broadcasting – you may not. And sometimes ambiguity can not be resolved. Then it must be embraced. And perhaps even celebrated. I’m prepared to go there as well.