Ask me anything!

by Rachel Held Evans Read Distraction Free

A few of my blogging buddies—AnneJason, and Matt—have tried this recently, so I thought we’d give it a go.

Today you can ask me anything, and I’ll answer.

Well, almost anything. Obviously, I won’t answer questions that are wildly inappropriate or in any way related to math.  I will not give you money, adopt your pets, or pitch your book to my agent unless we have already talked about that. Also, you should know that Dan and I have yet to watch last night’s season premiere of LOST, so theories will have to wait until tomorrow, after we’ve seen it on Hulu.

Besides that, you can ask me anything—about writing, about theology, about politics, about small-town life, about the blog, about The Mission, about monkeys, about Alabama Crimson Tide football, about doubt, about faith, about music, about movies, about publishing, about life. 

Just leave your question in the comments and I'll use the reply feature to respond.

(I’ll answer each question just once, so as to avoid overly lengthy discussions about predestination and free will.)

As Jason said in his post, “If you don't ask any questions, this will be the worst blog post ever. So I'm counting on you.”

Ask away!

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