Somehow we've sent you to a non-existent page.
In a site this size--over five hundred pages--it's easy for errors to creep in and very hard to find them when they do. This is made the more complicated when the site is still being put together, as this one is. Whether the link was somewhere else sending you to M. J. Young Net, or somewhere here on the site, it apparently didn't go where intended. I'd like to put that right, and get you where you wanted to go, if possible. Hopefully, at least, the links on this page are all good. At least, if they aren't, it may be a problem at the server end, over which I have no control, so I've done my best to get you where you want to go.
Let me take a moment to point you in the direction of a few of the most popular pages on the site, in case you're lost. The links to the right and on the pulldowns above will take you to many of these and most of the subindex pages of the site, but here are particular pages in which you might be interested.
- Bug Report Form http://www.mjyoung.net/bugfix.html, while it may seem obvious, is a way for you to send me some idea of where the site went wrong. If you can tell me where the bad link was that sent you here, I'll be better able to find it and fix it for the next person.
- Confessions of a Dungeons & Dragons™ Addict http://www.mjyoung.net/dungeon/confess.html is a must read if you've come here and are upset or confused that anyone would include Bible and D&D materials on the same web site.
- The Fruit of the Spirit http://www.mjyoung.net/bible/fruit.htm presents some thoughts about why Paul uses the word fruit in Galatians, and how that relates to Christian maturity.
- Temporal Anomalies in Popular Time Travel Movies http://www.mjyoung.net/time/ has certainly become the big hit of the site, as science fiction fans from around the world come to read my efforts at unraveling time travel films. 12 Monkeys http://www.mjyoung.net/time/monkeys.html and Terminator http://www.mjyoung.net/time/terminat.html vie for most popular film on the site, but there are many others from which to choose. Now if I can get all those fans of the site to read my novel, Verse Three, Chapter One (available from Valdron Inc through most good book dealers), I'll be better able to maintain this site.
- Dungeons & Dragons™ Alignment Quiz http://www.mjyoung.net/dungeon/align.html is the popular test devised to help players understand the alignments of their characters in the game. It has been translated into German, and was one of only two D&D related web pages to be linked from the web site of the game's designer Gary Gygax.
- Marilyn Vos Savant's Three Doors http://www.mjyoung.net/misc/doors.htm have been a problem for many people. Several years ago I said that based on the problem as it was related to me, admittedly second-hand, she was wrong. Now, on a third page on the problem http://www.mjyoung.net/misc/doors2.htm I've finally seen the problem as originally presented, and can say with certainty that she was wrong. You can read why on those pages.
- Step 4: Choose Alignment http://www.mjyoung.net/dungeon/char/step004.html on the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons™ First Edition Character Creation site is the only other D&D related page which was linked from Gary Gygax' web site. He apparently felt my work on alignment was definitive.
- Difficult Questions http://www.mjyoung.net/bible/letters.htm is a section of the site which answers letters received by e-mail, ranging from whether Christians can drink alcohol to what's the point of tongues to why does Christianity think it's the only way.