If you arrived at this page from The Jessamine Journal, this is not the right place for donating to Bethany Hardman’s fund. The funeral home misunderstood my request for information, and posted the signature of my email. They and Randy are aware of the error and all have done what we could to correct it. I will update this post with information about the fund once it becomes available and I am back in town.
In the mean-time, here is a page set up for Bethany and here is a beautiful sermon in memory of Bethany. Her life is worthy of celebration.
I lift up Randy, Lilli (10 months), Noah (3 yrs), and all impacted by this terrible tragedy.
Hello…this is a brief tutorial on how to add a “canonical link” to the source of a blog post whose content consists of an off-site blog post. This is important because search engines will not list duplicate content. If you add a canonical link to every copy except the original blog post, you keep search engines happy with all the sites involved.
You know what’s really great about demonstrations? They help you understand how to do things by showing you, instead of ranting endlessly about theory.
If you look below the box where these words appear, you will see the word “Canonical” above the words “Canonical link for this page” which are to the left of the address “http://ichthus77.com/2013/05/13/adding-a-canonical-link” <—that is the canonical link. It is not enough to simply type:
The real deal is located here.
I’ve been pretty busy neglecting this blog, so I thought I’d post some of what I’ve been doing elsewhere on the web.
On my personal blog:
The true meaning of Christmas
Blog index for Douglas Groothuis’ “Christian Apologetics: A Comprehensive Case for Biblical Faith”
The day I converted from atheism is approaching…
Over at Christian Apologetics Alliance:
Resolving Euthyphro’s Dilemma
Christmas 2012 in Review: He Came to Us
I put up my old poll in a new format:
Moral truth: Created, discovered, or neither?
5 Silicon Valley apologetics events in January and February 2013
Coming up on-line, in no particular order:
* Continue to admin the Christian Apologetics Alliance (CAA) group blog.
* Jan 18 on the CAA blog: Community Apologetics: Starting with your family.
* Schedule out articles on Examiner.com and the CAA blog.
* Finish and blog my research article on SEO.
* Put my social media article to good use.
* Draft a CAA letter to churches on the need for apologetics as “faith crisis management”.
* Finish Apologetics Toolbox for my kids (share with world).
* Edit and blog audio of “Women in Apologetics” workshop I gave a while back.
* Get apologetics articles polished up for submission.
* Start writing fiction in weekly blog installments.
* Continue with reading and reviews.
* Develop quizzes for CAA lay apologetics course curriculum.
* Move Bible Narrative Project to WordPress.
* Write first Ichthus77 newsletter.
* Et cetera!
What are YOU up to?