My user name reflects a desire to encourage Christian unity. That desire led me to finally edit Wikipedia for the first time in August of 2008.
I write software for a living.
Thank you for the private message. I don't know how to respond in a private 'talk' properly, but I am open to instruction. There are so many debate sites about "a cappella in Christianity" on the Internet that I don't want to turn Wikipedia into that. Since I don't know your background and I don't want to give you the wrong impression of my intent here, I wanted to let you know that I am all for a format change under the Christian section. I look at other topics like Infant_baptism here on Wikipedia and they have a really good “point – counterpoint” layout of what people believe and why, about 1/2 down the page. Perhaps we can work together to re-format the section by clearing up some misunderstandings, summarizing some sentences, update/expand on the “alt view” and add some bullets to balance it all out? I am happy to help and look forward to your discussion.Trackn (talk) 10:01, 16 June 2009 (UTC)
Easier facts to settle on a cappella discussion page
As you noted, some items would take sometime for us to talk about, but there are some very easy and quickly verifiable points I would like you to look at and consider editing, please. I don't want to fill that talk page up, but I don't want to copy & paste either... I added an italic 1 line responce for you to look at on facts. After seeing the talk page on Baptism, I don't feel to bad about the talk page on a cappella (smile).--Trackn (talk) 07:19, 21 June 2009 (UTC)