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Quodlibet Journal has opened its Spring 2009 Call For Papers. Interested authors should carefully read our Article Submission FAQ prior to submitting any work. There you will find our criteria for acceptable topics, submission formatting requirements, and a general publication schedule.

We welcome you to submit work which you feel meets these criteria.

Quodlibet has had a long history of publishing academic content from a diversity of disciplines. We look forward to receiving a fresh batch of equally diverse and thoughtful papers.

Well, Theology Website has joined the masses and now has a Twitter account which we invite you to follow. Twitter, as you may have heard, is an internet-based technology that allows for the transmission of short, (hopefully) informative messages. These messages (or "tweets") can be sent over the interTubes or to PDAs or cell phones.

You are able to "follow" your favorite Twitterers (tweeters?). This allows you to receive their messages directly through your own twitter account or via the device you choose (such as your cell phone). We'll also be posting our tweets on the Theology Website in the event you missed some of our (self-)important missives.

If you have a Twitter account (its free), we invite you to follow us. We certainly want you to be well informed regarding our most current posts and shenanigans. We'll also be using this to post announcements regarding Quodlibet Journal.

If you use Twitter (or are considering it) we hope you find this helpful and/or entertaining.

Aquinas Surfs the Web

Greetings 21st-century Slackers!

My name is Thomas Aquinas, but you can call me Your Magisterium. You modern goobers have NO idea how easy you have it! When I was your age I had to walk over 100 miles in the freezing cold just to get onto the internet! But you, you can just sit on your grand posteriors and slip in and out of the Middle Ages with a mere click of your mouse. Wimps!

To prove my point, look at how easy it is to access my great writings! Theology Website has just added FOUR of my, er, Your Magisterium's works to their E-Text collection! Can you believe it? And they're translated, for crying out loud, so you slackers don't even have to learn Latin like I did. So go ahead. Just sit there on your contemporary tookus and read away! And after you're done with my superior stuff, head over to the full index of e-texts and read some Aristotle or something!

Newly added:

- On Being and Essence (De Ente Et Essentia)

- On The Eternity of the World (De Aeternitate Mundi)

- On the Motion of the Heart (De Motu Cordis)

- On the Principles of Nature (De Principiis Naturae)

If you've been a long-time visitor of TheologyWebsite, you may recall our rather vibrant Discussion Forum boating nearly 4000 registered users. From the earliest days of TheoWeb (circa 1998), we've striven to provide a sane, safe and academic arena of discussion for anyone wishing to debate, inquire or merely proclaim on a wide spectrum of theology-related topics. The prior forum grew a bit unwieldy and, due to technological constraints at the time, an administrator's nightmare in spam control, causing us to temporarily abandon the effort.

We are now happy to report that the newest incarnation of our Discussion Forum is now open to the public. Although the prior forum's content was vast, in-depth, yeah, unending... we've decided to start afresh; From scratch, as it were.

And so we welcome and heartily invite you to take a look, register and participate. I think you'll find our version of "discussion forum" quite refreshing, if indeed you are looking for a fairly moderated online environment for theological discussion.

We decided not to simply import all our previous forum's registered users into the new environment. Consider it a thinning of the pack. Thus if you were registered in the past, please go ahead and register again. Just like online reincarnation.

Hope to hear from you on the inside.

Sincerely,
sdf


Hi! We're in the process of redesigning the site. Sorry for the temporary interruption. We will be back online soon!

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