Today the HB 2.0 just crossed a million downloads. Over a 1000 people a day visit the HB to find resources toward exploring and recovering the Reformed confession. Thank you for using the HB and a special thanks to those of you who help make it possible. The growing number of people visiting the HB means an increasing amount of correspondence. I’m happy to help as I can but there’s just one of me and a growing number of emails that ask me to do research or to read something and give an opinion. Many times I reply by pointing correspondents back to the HB. Before you write try doing a Google site search of the HB. Here’s the syntax:
site:heidelblog.net search term.
That search tool will turn up just about anything you want to know about the HB. You can do the same at rscottclark.org.
Another way to find help at the HB is to use the resources in the right hand column. The archives allow you to look for material by year, by month, or alphabetically by topic. Just about every post is categorized in one way or another. When you click on a category it brings up all the posts under that category. So, e.g., you can find all the posts on the Heidelberg Catechism under that topic. As you can see there are audio-vido resources (e.g., the Heidelcast, lectures, interviews), links to other blogs and websites and more (e.g., books).
If after you’ve searched the HB, looked through my publications, podcasts etc you can’t find what you need, I’m happy to help. I will get to your email but it may take some time. Time is a zero sum game. If I’m answering your email I can’t be researching, writing a blog post, or producing a Heidelcast—and then there’s my day job.
Thanks again for making the HB a part of your day. I appreciate all the encouragement. I do read the emails and every comment (8,642 in HB 2.0 so far) comes through my inbox, even if I don’t reply to each.