Before I posted Michael Sudduth's open letter on Saturday, site traffic for the month was averaging between 1600-1900 page views per day; yesterday, however, saw a surge -- the Sudduth surge to give it a name -- up to 2880, and now, at high noon Tuesday, I'm at 2200. Meanwhile, the industrious Mr. Lull (cybernaut extraordinaire, etc. etc.) has supplied me with two further links on the topic.
Daniel Silliman, The Experience of Conversion as Always-Already Having Been. From the title alone I know that Mr. Silliman has come under the influence of Heidegger: 'always already' is a Heideggerism familiar to students of Sein und Zeit as immer schon.
And scroll down here for a review of Michael Sudduth, The Reformed Objection to Natural Theology.
UPDATE (5 PM): traffic for the day came to 2965 page views. I thank you for your patronage.