While you are waiting for the November issue to arrive in your mailbox, take this opportunity to discuss the 3 articles from the October issue that are posted on the Treaders site. The conversations are open and ongoing.
With the launch of our Treaders page we’ve begun to list discussion groups of Touchstone readers around the country. Now, someone would like
to start a Daily Devotional Guide readers group. Perhaps we could call
this a "Breaders" group (Bible readers). Here are the details from the leader:
group to share insights gleaned from the Daily Devotional Guide will be
forming. Time of meeting will be during the lunch hour in downtown Chicago.
For more information, contact Jeff Kvistad at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Touchstone editor David Mills will appear on the nationally syndicated radio show, Issues, etc. tomorrow to discuss his article An Uncertain Certainty from the October issue. Fans of C. S. Lewis’s Screwtape Letters will not want to miss this.
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We are pleased to announce the launch of our new Touchstone readers site called, Treaders. There you will be able to discuss Touchstone articles with other readers. New articles for discussion will be posted each week.
There is also a list of reader groups that are already meeting in
person. If you have a group and would like others to know about it,
please send your contact information to me and I will post it there.
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Tomorrow will be your last chance to participate in the voluntary survey about Christian attitudes towards counseling that I have mentioned over the past several days. The researcher informs me that they especially need Protestants to participate. Please click here to take the survey. It takes about 15 minutes. My first post about this is here.
The other day, I mentioned that readers of Mere Comments have an opportunity to participate in a voluntary survey to assist Christian researchers in their study of attitudes towards counseling. This opportunity will only be available until Friday. My earlier post is here.
Or, click directly to the survey, here.
You are invited to participate in an online study
examining Catholic and Protestant attitudes toward integrating religious faith
and counseling. The study is completely
anonymous. The study does not assume
that you have been or ever will be in counseling. The study is only interested in your
opinions. It is hoped that this study
will help Church leaders make decisions about the best way to provide
assistance to the souls in their care. Your participation would make a valuable contribution to this goal.
qualify for this study, you must be 18 years or older. All information will be
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