A few programming notes for Said At Southern readers:
- Terry Delaney has agreed to provide an abstract of his chapel blogging here at Said at Southern. His goal is to provide a brief summary of who said what at the Southern Seminary chapel. He’ll link to the Mp3 and his full summary on his personal blog.
- We are planning a series of blog debates over the semester. The plan is to offer a summary of opposing views, by several contributors, within a single post. Then open up the comments for the fallout.
- Don’t forget our Student, Alumni and Faculty pages display live headlines from 176 Southern Seminary related bloggers.
- I’m seeking input on the “Well Said” feature. My original approach yields more featured posts than I have room to display. So I’m thinking of more strict criteria. Leave your suggestions in the comments. Here is the current description of Well Said:
I manually scan all the feeds for posts that seem to merit further consideration. I avoid posts that are very short, primarily block quotes or mainly personal in nature. I always try to link in-depth articles, book review or student papers. Consider this a first level filter to the many blogs we index here at Said At Southern. I will occasionally add a non Southern post to Well Said when the content relates directly to SBTS.