Wednesday, 31 August 2005

“Faith and Theology” gets a facelift

Welcome to the new design of “Faith of Theology,” brought to you by Amy from Prochein Amy. Amy drafted several different designs before coming up with this one, which is based on a graphic from a fourteenth-century illuminated manuscript. I’m delighted with the new look, and I’m most grateful to Amy for her marvellous work.

There is another change as well: I’ve decided to activate the comments field, so from now on please feel very welcome to leave your comments.

Karl Barth once said that “sulky faces, morose thoughts and boring ways of speaking are intolerable” in theology, since theology is meant to be “the most beautiful of all the sciences.” So perhaps this better, brighter blog design will also make me a better and less boring theologian....

3 Comments:

Tyler F. Williams said...

The new design looks good. And how can you be boring when you regularly quote Barth? :-)

Jim said...

Nice stuff there Ben. But you need to quote Luther more. And of course Z. Other than that, fine work! ;-)

TheBlueRaja said...

Like the new look! Look forward to reading comments as well.

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