Welcome to the New Home of Euangelion!

Welcome to the New Home of Euangelion! May 11, 2011

Hi folks. Patheos is the new home for Euangelion. Glad you could join us our here. We’ll be continuing our usual commentary on things related to biblical studies, theology, and the church. In the near future Mike Bird will be blogging about the purpose statement in the Gospel of John (John 20:30-31) , interviewing Scot McKnight about his commentary on the Epistle of James, and pondering thoughts about hell. Joel Willitts is off for a turkey shoot and Greek salad in, you guessed it, Turkey and Greece, and he’ll have stories to tell when he gets back. Feel free to comment, ask questions, and join in on the conversation.

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  • Jim Kirk

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  • Jim Kirk

    Your posts are being abbreviated as they come into Google Reader so that you have to click into the Patheos site. 🙁 Any way to change this?

    • Hi Jim. Different people have different theories on whether blog posts should be sent in full through RSS feeds, or whether there should just be summaries or excerpts. I prefer summaries/excerpts. I realize that it requires readers to click through to the actual website to read the posts in full. But the authors put a lot of effort into writing their posts, and asking readers to click over (which only takes a few seconds) doesn’t seem like too much to ask. If gives them traffic to their site and all the benefits that come from that. And it brings readers to a place where they can also find other content they might enjoy.