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A NEW TEMPLATE

Last night I nearly switched from Blogger to another blog engine called Type Pad. What was attractive about Type Pad were some of the templates. One called Beckett particularly intrigued me. Imagine my surprise to see something almost identical to it at the blog by Nathan Finn. And he got his through a blogger template. I tracked it down and made the switch (hope that’s ok Nathan). I think it is a much better-looking blog. The light blue one I had before was too “sweety”—in the bad sense of that term!



I like it :o)

SDG,
Carla Rolfe

I think this one looks much better!

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Mine was too pedestrian, yours was too sweety. The new template is very masculine, a necessary component for church history blogs!

Looks good!

Very nice! It's about time there were some new blogger templates!

Terry

This setup reminds me very much of wordpress. My favourite blogging application.

Dr. Hayken,

I have greatly enjoyed and profited from your blog efforts since discovering the site about 6 mo ago. That being said, I really do not like your new template. I find it much more difficult to read, and certainly more difficult to copy and paste to either forward to friends or to print for my wife. I plan on expressing the same to young Nathan.
Thanks again for your faithful work.
David Scott, Mebane, NC

The vexation of vanities...like chasing after the wind :)

David

Thanks for your comment. I appreciate your remarks but think I shall try this for a while. But I hope you keep reading. Every blessing,
Michael.

Dr. Haykin,

You spoke at our little church in Galway, NY the past two years, and I really enjoyed it and wish you were coming back this year. Also, Caleb did a good job as an intern this summer.

As far as the new template is concerned, I have trouble reading white letters on a black background and am very glad my Bible is not printed in this format.

Dan

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