A home for orthodox Lutheran theology and apologetics
Thank you, Brian Dumont, for letting me know that lutherantheology.com email was not working. I was wondering why nobody writes me anymore.
So, anyone who has tried to email me the past several months, and had their messages bounced, this should be corrected. It may take a day or so for the change to propogate, however.
In the past couple of days, I have transitioned this site over to a content management system (CMS), called CMS Made Simple. Since I converted my existing site layout into a CMS Made Simple template, this change will almost go unnoticed, other than the new formating of the News page.
One big plus to this change is that as I work on a snazzier (is that a word?) look and feel for the site, I can test it with existing content intact, and eventually roll out a new look with all the existing content in place already.
As a side benefit, the News page now has an RSS feed, for those of you who use RSS readers.
I have never found an easier system to manage a website. For those of you who know even basic HTML coding, and enough to setup an empty MySQL database, you will not find an easier CMS. It is lightweight, and not overloaded with features that a basic site doesn't need. There are lots of good plugins to extend it to do other things like integrate forums, shopping carts, etc. I highly recommend it.
Lectures 22–39 of Law and Gospel have now been formatted, and many errors have been corrected. The Greek text still needs to be added, and the lectures more thoroughly proofread.
Note: I have received a few emails from individuals who have been finding errors in the text. I greatly appreciate this. However, I must insist that any errors be submitted as individual errata and not in the form of corrected HTML or Word documents. The reason is simple: no existing editor, be it Word or an HTML specific editor, will correctly preserve the styles and formatting of the original, and remain in compliance with all web standards. I am sorry if anyone is already in the midst of preparing a corrected text, but I cannot make use of such texts. This is especially important for the future conversion of the works on this site to other electronic formats, such as OSIS. If I receive a list of errata, however, I can quickly and easily make the changes. Thank you again for any corrections.