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A Problem, a Tech hint, & a Link

The Problem:
I have a problem. It doesn’t show on the main page, but those of you who are reading on a post page know what it is. I’m working on it. It looks even worse in Internet Explorer. Get Firefox! You won’t regret it.

The Tech Hint:
Why take a tech hint from a guy who hasn’t figured out his own problem yet? Good point. This works, trust me. You can install Haloscan backtracking alone, without losing Blogger commenting.

Install this code immediately before your [/head] tag:
[script type="text/javascript" src=http://www.haloscan.com/load/YOUR HALOSCAN USER ID][/script]

Install this code immediately before [$BlogItemControl$]:
| [a href="javascript:HaloScanTB('[$BlogItemNumber$]');" target="_self"][script type="text/javascript"]postCountTB('[$BlogItemNumber$]'); [/script][/a]

Replace [ ] with < >. I used [ ] because, as you probably know, < > disappears as html in a post.

The Link:
In the third installment in the series Challenges to the Church, Tim Challies attacks Pragmatism. With a brief example, he makes the point very well.
Challenges to the Church – Pragmatism
Previous installments:
Challenges to the Church – Open Theism
Challenges to the Church – Relativism

2005-08-29 at 9:00 AM MT | |