Theologos means "Word of God."
I don't believe in God, or even "god," but I do believe in words.
The term flâneur comes from the French masculine noun flâneur—which has the basic meanings of "stroller", "lounger", "loafer"—which itself comes from the French verb flâner, which means "to stroll". Charles Baudelaire developed a derived meaning of flâneur—that of "a person who walks the city in order to experience it."
The pic is from the interior of the Monastery of St. John the Theologian, on the island of Patmos, in the Dodecanese, in Greece. John was the author of the Apocalypse, or "Revelations." I like words, Patmos, the monastery, and even Revelations.
Seemed right to name the blog accordingly.
Essentially, I have a bric-a-brac collector's mind. Flotsam, jetsam, scraps, politics, literature, gay topics, gay rights, some music, some silliness, some outrage, some minor giggles ... whatever smacks me in the head at any given moment.