Category Archives: Blogging Etiquette

Friend and fellow blogger

A friend and fellow blogger Brian Fulthorp from συνεσταύρωμαι: living the crucified life has had his blog suspended. Through talking with him last night, it seems that Word Press’s automatic spam bot detector wrongly detected his blog as doing the wrong thing. It’s a terrible … Continue reading

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I wish there was a third option for comment moderation in Word Press.

I like the Word Press blogging platform and for the most part, think it has every thing covered, that a author needs. The one area I can see that has a need for change is within the framework of comment … Continue reading

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A meeting of the bloggers – A gentleman of the word.

Time to time I am blessed to meet fellow bloggers. Last night I had the pleasure of meeting up with Mark Stevens for dinner. Mark is a pastor and blogger extraordinaire, who often posts on  Near Emmaus and also runs … Continue reading

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New Year: Time to update my blog roll…who should I add?

I have been impressed with a number blogger’s and frequently read and comment on their posts. I have been slack in adding them to my blog roll; an oversight which I will fix over the next few weeks. I am … Continue reading

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Watch out world; Emmaus is Near.

  I have been reading the Near Emmaus blog for some time now. And ever since I came across it I have been impressed with its content. When I first started to read it; it was authored by three different … Continue reading

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Always check your facts before making a statement of fact.

I normally try and not take something on board that I hear as verbatim until I have heard both sides of the story. …..Yet…. 😦 recently I made a comment on someone else’s blog about what I heard said by a guest … Continue reading

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Blogging etiquette….

I believe the role of a theologian is to help us to think for ourselves. They can challenge our belief systems, they may even reinforce them for us. They may even give us different ways to think about various situations … Continue reading

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