March 26th 2003, 04:13 PM #1
Article Announcement from our Editor-In-Chief
Writing an article for TheologyWeb.
Here are the general criteria for writing a Featured Article for the TheologyWeb Campus.
Featured Member Article!
If the article is of a theological nature, you must adhere to the Statement of Faith set forth in the TheologyWeb Mission Statement (linkage! here ). If you are not sure if you meet those criteria, email Editor@TheologyWeb.com, and we'll look it over and give you advice/feedback/yes or no. This adherence is not required for articles of a non-theological nature, but such articles must not be in blatant contradiction to the Christian worldview of the TheologyWeb Campus owners. Please do not hesitate to contact us for direction and feedback.
Minimum length for an article is 1000 words. There is no maximum length....that is unless it's 500 pages single spaced and then you should be looking for a publisher, not a webzine.
You must own the electronic and printed rights to your article.
You must also be an active Member of the TheologyWeb Campus Community, meaning that you must be registered and have posted several times on the board. If you haven't registered, well why haven't you registered? Get participating now!
Featured Ministry Article!
The Featured Ministry Article is a feature of TheologyWeb which attempts to create bonds and friendships with various ministries and Christian organizations around the Internet. With agreement from said Internet site, TheologyWeb will reprint or print for the first time, an article with a link on the front page of Theology Web for a period not to be shorter than 1 week. In return, if at all possible, we simply ask for a link somewhere on your site for the length of the articles run on the front page. Again, the same criteria applies that if the article is of a theological nature, the author and ministry must adhere to those items articulated in our Statement of Faith.
If you have a website or article from a website to submit, please email us at Editor@TheologyWeb.com.
Direction and personal mission statement:
Personally, I am very happy to be involved with TheologyWeb Campus. I have agreed to undertake the mission of looking for pieces that the members have or will write for publication here. I am doing this because I am very eager to learn more about Theology and as my major is nowhere near Theology the content here will help focus and accelerate my learning in this area. My own views and beliefs will not come into play here. You will not hear an opinion voiced from my personal views and or beliefs, you will only hear what TheologyWeb wants content-wise. I do not wish to offend anyone, and I would love to accept all of the pieces you guys turn into me but sometimes the subject matter might be too aggressive toward another's beliefs or some part of your essay will not agree with the TheologyWeb Mission Statement. Rest assured I will tell you what parts and why I could not accept articles, and I will do my best if I do not accept because of grammatical or stylistic errors, to tell you why or give you some advice on how to help your paper.
God bless and get writing!
March 26th 2003, 04:16 PM #2
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