the warfare session is only about halfway transcribed, though the gist of it as a political manifesto on the part of Mark Driscoll doesn't seem hugely difficult to establish given what Driscoll said about doubts about the love of the executive eldership for the church being a demonic lie directly said.
Still, the demon trial section hasn't been transcribed yet and the shift from "ordinary demonic" to "extraordinary demonic" has yet to get discussed and it bears some discussion if only to show how the two categories can functionally collapse in application.
And that Driscoll states categorically he believed even Christians could be demonized to some degree warrants discussion for the record.
However, there's such a thing as having a social life and writing about other things. There will be posts here and there but if the trajectory of the corporation dissolution stays on course (regardless of any potential/pending suits) 2014 may wrap up the stage of documenting the history of MH at the pace that has been established at this blog. The blog was never planned to be a "watchblog" and it technically isn't one. Here's looking forward to boring nearly everyone who doesn't play classical guitar with discussions on the evolution of sonata forms in early 19th century solo guitar literature some time in 2015. And there's intended to be a blog series on the guitar sonatas of Ferdinand Rebay.
And it's not as though WtH has planned to stop writing about animation, either.
But as you've probably seen this year if you're a regular reader, a lot of ... stuff ... has happened this year. WtH isn't one to attempt predictions without some substantial amount of evidence and tends to be cautious. The only outright prediction WtH can recall making with respect to MH this year was calling that campuses would be shut down and then proposing which campus closures were most likely in light of reported financials.
But, anyway, there's such a thing as having a social life and the warfare series is remarkably long.