Remember to check out the mini-blog on the sidebar.  I have been updating it at least once a week with interesting articles, etc.  I’d encourage you to check it out.

And now the question:  as readers of Mere Orthodoxy, do you like the mini-blog or not?  Any feedback on what would make it more valuable to you?  And if I put together a survey about different aspects of Mere O to help us know how we are doing and where we could improve, would you take 5 minutes to fill it out?

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Posted by Matthew Lee Anderson

Matthew Lee Anderson is the Founder and Lead Writer of Mere Orthodoxy. He is the author of Earthen Vessels: Why Our Bodies Matter to our Faith and The End of Our Exploring: A Book about Questioning and the Confidence of Faith. Follow him on Twitter or on Facebook.

5 Comments

  1. ***Any feedback on what would make it more valuable to you? ***

    An RSS feed would be really useful for those of us who read this blog from our feedreaders.

    ***And if I put together a survey about different aspects of Mere O to help us know how we are doing and where we could improve, would you take 5 minutes to fill it out?***

    Great idea.

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  2. I too am a feed-only peruser of this site. Didn’t even know you had a mini-blog. Awkward pause.

    I might fill out a survey if it was really easy. Or there was Starbucks involved.

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  3. I thought those were advertisements until recently.

    I didn’t realize it was a mini-blog until I was trying to figure out where my 2006 Films post was being linked from.

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  4. In my defense, I wrote a post announcing the changes around Mere O (https://mereorthodoxy.com/?p=791) but forgot to include the mini-blog. How that is a defense I leave to you to decide. Ears to hear, and all that.

    I’ll work on the RSS for the mini-blog. I’m not exactly sure how to make it happen, but I’ll try to figure it out.

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  5. Actually, if you moved the miniblog up to the top of the page, that might help, too. Or if you reduced the amount of recent comments, so the miniblog appears near the top. I definitely like the miniblog.

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