The heart of The BioLogos Forum is undoubtedly the wealth of strong content produced by the BioLogos editorial team, as well as hundreds of contributors to our blog. But we’re still proud of our ever-evolving website, which continues to find new ways to connect our readers with our resources.
In just the past month, we’ve seen several new additions to our site. First and foremost, the Resource Finder, which we highlighted in last month’s newsletter, officially launched bringing with it some new features that we didn’t note the last time around. The biggest of these is the ability to create your own custom RSS feeds, which work with Google Reader (or any other RSS reader), to keep you updated whenever we post new resources about the topics that interest you. You can read more about the Resource Finder here.
We’re also happy to offer an easier way to find our blog posts by date, thanks to our new Blog Archive feature. Curious to see what topics BioLogos addressed last month or even a few years ago? Simply select the date and the year, and you’ll see a clean, simple list of the posts from that month.
But that’s not all! We have even more big ideas in store for 2013. And while we can’t share them with you now, rest assured they’ll make the user experience at The BioLogos Forum even more rewarding for our visitors. For now, though, we’d like to thank all of our visitors for making our website the premier destination for science-and-faith discussion on the Web!