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  • chris_soc@yahoogroups.com
    From the moderator of the Christianity and Society discussion forum: Just a reminder to check the Nurel web page occasionally!
    Message 1 of 43 , Feb 1, 2006
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      From the moderator of the Christianity and Society discussion forum:

      Just a reminder to check the Nurel web page occasionally!

      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/chris_soc/

      and a checklist of thing you can contribute either to the discussion forum or to the web page.

      * Do you know of a conference or symposium dealing on rtopics relevant to the
      forum?
      Enter it in the Calendar on the web page, and post a "Call for Papers" if
      appropriate.

      * Is your Yahoo Profile up to date?
      It lets other members of the forum know who you are, and about your interests.
      If you have a Yahoo 360 page your profile can be linked to that, which can
      then also have links to your blogs.

      * Have you published any articles on missiology, Christian social ethics
      or related topics recently?
      Tell us about them, and use the links section to add a link to articles on the
      web.

      * Are you working on an article or book?
      Post drafts in the Files section (preferably in pdf format) abnd solicit
      comments from other members.

      * Seen any interesting news items in newspapers or journals?
      Post a summary to the list, with web links if appropriate.

      * Invite others to join the forum.
      On the members section you will see an Invite section. If there are other
      scholars you would like to discuss these topics with, invite them to join us.

      Steve Hayes
      Moderator of the Christianity and Society Forum
    • chris_soc@yahoogroups.com
      From the moderator of the Christianity and Society discussion forum: Just a reminder to check the Chris_Soc web page occasionally!
      Message 43 of 43 , May 1 7:39 AM
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        From the moderator of the Christianity and Society discussion forum:

        Just a reminder to check the Chris_Soc web page occasionally!

        http://groups.yahoo.com/group/chris_soc/

        and a checklist of thing you can contribute either to the discussion forum or to the web page.

        * Do you know of a conference or symposium dealing with topics relevant to the
        forum?
        Enter it in the Calendar on the web page, and post a "Call for Papers" if
        appropriate.

        * Is your Yahoo Profile up to date?
        It lets other members of the forum know who you are, and about your interests.
        If you have a Yahoo 360 page your profile can be linked to that, which can
        then also have links to your blogs.

        * Have you published any articles on missiology, Christian social ethics
        or related topics recently?
        Tell us about them, and use the links section to add a link to articles on the
        web.

        * Are you working on an article or book?
        Post drafts in the Files section (preferably in pdf format) and solicit
        comments from other members.

        * Seen any interesting news items in newspapers or journals?
        Post a summary to the list, with web links if appropriate.

        * Invite others to join the forum.
        If there are other scholars you would like to discuss these topics with,
        invite them to join us. Encourage them to have a look at the web page for
        the forum, where they can apply to join.

        http://groups.yahoo.com/group/chris_soc/

        * If the current discussions and postings are not in your field of interest,
        start a new discussion thread on a topic you think has been neglected.

        Another thing you can do on the web page is edit your membership.

        One of the things you can do there is choose between the "New and improved" and "Traditional" message formats.

        I STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT YOU OPT FOR THE "TRADITIONAL" FORMAT.

        The "new and improved" format inserts extraneous HTML codes into messages, which sometimes makes it difficult to read them. Some of us turn HTML off in our mail readers, because that is a protection against spam, phishing and virus messages.


        Steve Hayes
        Moderator of the Christianity and Society Forum
        http://methodius.blogspot.com
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