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Welcome! At Signs and Wonders we sift through the World Wide Web looking for evidence of emerging religious futures.
Our mission is to provide our readers -- religious futurists, ministers, and just plain spiritual people -- with a guided tour of the web,
stopping wherever we see the future of faith unfolding before our eyes.
We update this site every three days or so, so come back again and join us on our next trip. If you want to comment on anything you read here or discuss religious futures in general, come over to our forum.


November 01, 2000

[editor's note] -- Signs and Wonders is in Transition
 by Cody Clark at 10:46 PM (EST)

I'm back. Finally.

I am in the process of re-creating and modernizing Signs and Wonders.
Until the process is complete, click here for the new version of the weblog powered by Blogger. I still need to get the new blog page merged with the other info on the site and adjust the design a bit, so bear with me for a month or so as I tinker.

Editorially, I am giving in to the reality of my situation. I am not going to have time to recruit a multi-faceted team of folks to give you a well-rounded perspective on the future of religion. It's just gonna be me.

So, I am no longer officially striving to cover all religions everywhere. I am accommodating my own bias and shaking hands with my inner postmodern progressive American seeker self. I'm not cutting out reporting about world religions and far-flung places, but, in a huge world of religion news and with just one little scanner, a certain amount of filtering and bias has to show up in my source and story selection. At least I'm owning up to it.

Of course, volunteer positions for other perspectives are still open.

The editor's first try with a webcam. The

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