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Return of the Baptist Studies Bulletin

Postby Dave Roberts » Tue Apr 06, 2010 3:19 pm

It was great to get the BSB today and to see its return under Bruce's new employment. All information appreciated.
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Re: Return of the Baptist Studies Bulletin

Postby Bruce Gourley » Tue Apr 06, 2010 10:59 pm

Dave Roberts wrote:It was great to get the BSB today and to see its return under Bruce's new employment. All information appreciated.


Since you brought up the subject ... I'll provide a link for the curious. :)
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Re: Return of the Baptist Studies Bulletin

Postby Haruo » Wed Apr 07, 2010 1:07 am

Looks good, but frankly I'm a bit surprised that the items listed under

APRIL 2010 TABLE OF CONTENTS

“The BSB Returns” – by Bruce T. Gourley
“The New Ascendancy of Religious History”
“Blogs Worth Reading”
“Baptists and Revivalism” – BH&HS Conference, June 3-5
Dates to Note


are not clickable links.
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Re: Return of the Baptist Studies Bulletin

Postby Jonathan » Sun Apr 25, 2010 11:57 am

Haruo wrote:Looks good, but frankly I'm a bit surprised that the items listed under

APRIL 2010 TABLE OF CONTENTS

“The BSB Returns” – by Bruce T. Gourley
“The New Ascendancy of Religious History”
“Blogs Worth Reading”
“Baptists and Revivalism” – BH&HS Conference, June 3-5
Dates to Note


are not clickable links.


But I bet you weren't surprised that Bruce's book was. :)
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Re: Return of the Baptist Studies Bulletin

Postby Bruce Gourley » Sun Apr 25, 2010 6:20 pm

Haruo wrote:Looks good, but frankly I'm a bit surprised that the items listed under

APRIL 2010 TABLE OF CONTENTS

“The BSB Returns” – by Bruce T. Gourley
“The New Ascendancy of Religious History”
“Blogs Worth Reading”
“Baptists and Revivalism” – BH&HS Conference, June 3-5
Dates to Note


are not clickable links.


Actually, I'm using Wordpress as a CMS for the site (and page). And I am unaware of a simple way, in WordPress, to utilize bookmarks within a page (for linking to within a page). If anyone knows of a way, please let me know. :)
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Re: Return of the Baptist Studies Bulletin

Postby Haruo » Tue Apr 27, 2010 4:06 am

http://fremontbaptistchurch.wordpress.com/ - if you click on the link that says "al alia punkto", it'll take you down the page...

This is a test blog for Fremont Baptist. Please don't publicize it yet. ;0)
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Re: Return of the Baptist Studies Bulletin

Postby Haruo » Tue Apr 27, 2010 4:08 am

As long as it's all on a single page of the blog, that works well. It's just straightforward HTML. But of course the link doesn't work when you click on one of the posts and then try to jump to the other.
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