Call for contributions: Synchroblog on Theology and Human Rights
It has been suggested that we have a synchronised blog (Synchroblog) on the topic “Theology and Human Rights” on Thursday 26 April 2012.
If you would like to join in, then write your blog post on the topic. I suggest that people in the Americas do it in the morning, those in Africa and Europe do it about midday and those in East Asia, Australia, New Zealand etc do it in the evening.
As soon as you have posted your contribution, copy the URL for your post from your browser and send it to me in an e-mail message in the following format
NA Poster’s name
BL Poster’s blog name
TI Title of your post
URL Url of your post
REL Your religious background
EM Your e-mail address
If you use that format — with the preceding tags in capital letters followed by a single space, and each piece of information on a separate line (it can word-wrap), I will be able to import it straight into a database without re-typing, and produce a report with the HTML code for the links which can then be appended to your post. I will post them on my contribution, and the easiest thing will be to copy and paste them from there. But I will also send it by e-mail to all the registered contributors (to the e-mail address you provide, so don’t munge it).
If you send it to me by e-mail at
shayes (at) dunelm.org.uk
it will avoid cluttering up the mailing lists with lots of messages about addresses and titles of blog posts.
Afterwards we can discuss the Synchroblog on the forum Christianity and Society