So far I've been editing a number of articles concerning Christianity and its various expressions; counting childhood and adulthood both, my own journey has included non-denominational, Lutheran, Assemblies of God, United Methodist, Free Methodist, and Mennonite churches. A few years ago our family joined the Eastern Orthodox Church, and it looks like I've finally found a home for my soul.
Some of my other interests are classical and jazz music, good fantasy and science fiction, family life, and computer science, as I'm a programmer by trade, with a bent towards Open Source. I find I get more out of Wikipedia the more I put in, and think it's a fantastic collaborative effort. The longer I participate, the more I learn, both from reading other contributions and doing more research for my own.
Pages I plan to edit (in no particular order)
- Eastern Orthodoxy
- Middle Earth/Gollum should be Middle Earth/Smeagol
- SQL_programming_language I'm sure this predates 1986, but need to check info. I thought IBM had it in the mid to late 1970's?
- Gregory Palamas
- Matthew the Evangelist
- Mark the Evangelist
- Luke the Evangelist
- John the Evangelist
- John the Theologian (should redirect to John the Evangelist)
- Theophan the Recluse
- John of San Francisco
- Catherine of the Wheel
- John of Damascus
- Basil Fool for Christ
- John of the Ladder
- Theodore the Studite (is that his name? the one who defended iconography around the 7th or 8th century, with John of Damascus?)
- Justin Martyr
Also want to make sure each of the Seven Ecumenical Councils are covered (first seven if you're Roman Catholic).