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Sorry to hear this Sonny. I have been wondering how this was going.
Don't really have a lot of advice on getting a book published. I was hoping you would figure it out so that I could follow in your footsteps. :)
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GoliadChica,At least you heard about it before they did it. Who knows when you would have found out if the city wasn't making a fuss about it.
How did you find out about this Aprill? Are they giving you free time at work again?
Thanks for the comment CJ.
I just wanted to try my hand at a tutorial. I remember when I was first learning some basic HTML, and a blog was the best place to practice because I could preview the post before I published it to see what happened when I tried something new or different.
I think I'll do my next one on embedding images because HTML code offers a little more flexibility with where an image can go and how text can flow around the image.
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TheWaywardWind,Thanks for the info.
Truly Twisted,I guess I show my ignorance by having to search Google to find out who Tony Robbins is.
Are you saying a preacher has to be poor? I'm not advocating paying a preacher a six-figure salary, but I am wondering where you draw the line of paying a pastor too much and why?
Communities, like everything else, are subject to change. I agree a change is coming in the evangelical community. Many of the Christians I went to school with did not agree with many of the perspectives of evangelical Christianity.
I have to stick up for some megachurches though. I do see some of them working for and helping their communities and churchgoers. As with any organization, megachurches are run by humans, and humans are given to selfishness rather than selflessness.
Roberttx, Why do you say that?
FrankTilley,I think he meant evangelical Christians will turn to the Roman Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church after they grow tired of evangelicalism, which he considers more of a trendy Christian movement, to put it plainly.
I have read other articles on surveys and studies on this movement of mainline Protestants to Catholic and Orthodox churches. It is already happening, according to the studies.
More than studies though, I have an Orthodox friend who lives in Baltimore who says every year college students with Baptist or other Protestant backgrounds visit their church. Many do eventually convert.
Thanks for taking the time to comment.
I've never had a landline and don't plan on ever getting one. :)