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Posted by on Feb 2, 2011

Theologika’s New Site Will Be Here Soon

As anyone who has tried to use Theologika’s discovery engine in the past few days knows, our original site has now been closed. The new one is under construction and we anticipate having it online by early next week. We’ll be adding features as we go along, but here’s a brief outline of what to expect.

We will continue to have a “search-able” library/database. It will not be the same as the Raw Sugar engine we’ve been using, but it will have all of the entries that were in the engine you’ve known and you will be able to search for information again. It will take a little while to get all the entries entered again, but rest assured, the data have been saved.

We plan to have a “Members Only” section. This section will be for folks who want to go a bit deeper. We will have a social networking option here, as well as options for joint research by specialists. Finally, we’ll be offering classes and workshops developed by theologians, educators and  internationally recognized speakers. This will be an ongoing “work in progress.”

Our blog will continue to be published. Our hope is that some of the folks who will be offering classes on Theologika will also share their insights through the blog.

Our goal has always been to make it easy to find trustworthy, relevant information on theology and religious experience without the “noise” of most internet searches. To this end, access to the Library and the Blog will remain open to all.

We hope Theologika will become a tool that can be used by people all over the world. We invite you to join us in the adventure. Suggest authors whose work should be included. Share your own thoughts. Explore the Members Only forum. Keep us in your prayers as we keep you in ours.

Thanks for your past support. We look forward to many more years of journeying together.

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