RBS Tabletalk

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New Site, New Location, New Look

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Over the past year, RBS Tabletalk has grown significantly. This time last year, the site received nearly 300 hits, which is not very much. But January 2009 is not over, and we’ve already received well over 3,000 hits. That’s still significantly less than many popular blogs, but we’re grateful for a growing readership. As a result of the increased interest, we’ve decided it’s time for a new site, new location, and new look. So with a help of Jeremy Bennett of Kalos Grafix Studios and Ryan Barkley of Barkley Technologies, we’ve created an entirely new version of RBS Tabletalk. The screenshot (above) will provide you with an idea of the site’s new look. The site also has a new URL, which you can reach by clicking the screenshot above or http://blog.rbseminary.org/. If you’ve bookmarked RBS Tabletalk in your browser, you’ll need to go to the new site, create a new bookmark, and delete the old one. We ask those who have created a link to our site on their blogroll or elsewhere to make the change as well. All the posts have been transferred, so you’ll be able to find them in the archives of our new blog. Be sure to check out the tag cloud under archives, which should help you locate topics, themes, or names that are discussed in the blog entries. Finally, if you have any suggestions on how we might make further improvements to the blog, feel free to email your suggestions to me. Thanks for your support!

Your servant,

Robert R. Gonzales Jr., Ph.D.
Dean and Professor of Biblical Studies
Reformed Baptist Seminary
1709 Arial Street
Easley, SC 29607
Office: 864-232-1689
Mobile: 864-469-0196
Email: info@rbseminary.org

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