Where is the search feature on your blog?

Q. Where is the search feature on your blog?

There is a search box in the right sidebar, just above my picture. There is another search box a little farther down the right sidebar, just above “Most Viewed Posts.”

To use either box, type some key words into the box and then click on the Magnifying Glass icon. You will get a list of posts by title, with the most relevant results first.

I would encourage anyone who wants to ask a question first to use the search feature to see whether someone else has already asked the same question or a similar one and I have answered it. People often submit questions that have already been answered, and in those cases I do not write a further reply, even to point the questioner to a post that would answer their question. (I need to devote my time to responding to new questions!)

So please look around before asking a question, and if you do ask a question and don’t get a reply within a few weeks, please look around again. As of this writing, I am still catching up with questions (including this one) that were asked during the time when I was not able to answer them, but I hope to catch up soon and to have a turnaround time once again of no more than a few weeks for most questions. Thanks.

Author: Christopher R Smith

The Rev. Dr. Christopher R. Smith is an an ordained minister, a writer, and a biblical scholar. He was active in parish and student ministry for twenty-five years. He was a consulting editor to the International Bible Society (now Biblica) for The Books of the Bible, an edition of the New International Version (NIV) that presents the biblical books according to their natural literary outlines, without chapters and verses. His Understanding the Books of the Bible study guide series is keyed to this format. He was also a consultant to Tyndale House for the Immerse Bible, an edition of the New Living Translation (NLT) that similarly presents the Scriptures in their natural literary forms, without chapters and verses or section headings. He has a B.A. from Harvard in English and American Literature and Language, a Master of Arts in Theological Studies from Gordon-Conwell, and a Ph.D. in the History of Christian Life and Thought, with a minor concentration in Bible, from Boston College, in the joint program with Andover Newton Theological School.

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