April Showers bring May Flowers” by Forest Starr and Kim Starris licensed under Creative Commons.
APRIL 20, 2018 BY IGNACIO CASTUERA
April Showers Will (hopefully) Bring May (and beyond) Flowers
Dear friends of religion-online.org:
Before the end of this month you will notice some additions to this website. If all works well the additions should continue past this month into years to come. As you might have noticed there was very little new material added for about a decade. That ended right on the 20th anniversary of our site. But we have been slower than we intended in adding new and interesting material. Of course, we did add a whole book and the video of John Cobb, and these constitute a foretaste what is to come.
We have contacted several authors who will soon be uploading materials they have written. In addition, the video files and audio files will increase both through our own site and through links to other organizations we admire and respect.
For those of you who do write and who believe your material could be shared through our site we encourage you to communicate directly with me to see if what you have produced can be uploaded to this long established instrument.
We hope to expand our sections of religions other than Christianity. We do have a couple of very good articles on Islam and Buddhism, but we want to greatly expand on that in order to live up to our name of "religion" (meaning several types of religion) on line.
Do return often to our site, and seriously consider providing us ideas of what else might improve this site.
Ignacio Castuera
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