It’s available now $19.63 from The Bookstore at WSC. Here’s a sample chapter. Early comment on Recovering the Reformed Confession: At a time when “all that is solid melts in the air” and distinct colors fade to gray, R. Scott Clark reminds us . . . Continue reading →
There are more than 1900 posts on the HB. There are more than 9700 comments. Some of those are questions that have to be answered. The HB also tends to increase email traffic with even more questions. Some days I spend most . . . Continue reading →
Cheesy yes, but you won’t forget it will you? The HB is self-hosted but you can help the HB defray the cost of renting space on the computer and of bandwidth (the cost of accessing a web page). There are no ads on . . . Continue reading →
The HB has been back for almost two months and we’re still making tweaks here and there. We’re always working to make the site more useful. The latest is a new mobile site. We would like your feedback. Check it out on . . . Continue reading →
A significant percentage of users access the HB via their mobile devices. To make it a little easier for you to support the HB from your mobile device (phone, tablet, iPad) the HB technical wizard has made it possible to support the HB on the move—but please not while driving! You’ve been able to support the HB from your desktop for a few months (complete with sound effects!). Here’s the how to from your mobile device.
Click on the arrow at the top of the screen. Scroll down until you see the PayPal icon.
From there, you know what to do. No mobile site on your device? Tap the button on the bottom of the screen.
Thanks to everyone who has graciously supported the HB. I’m thankful.
I’ve added a way to follow the Twitter feed. It’s on the bottom right of the HB home page. Why? Because you have nothing else to do? I don’t know. Because it’s there. I do post links there that appear on the . . . Continue reading →
But it still exists. It’s still possible to support the Heidelblog—the coffer continues!—but now, when your cursor strays over the coffer and your sound is turned up, you won’t be scared out of your chair. It hasn’t gone away entirely, the sound . . . Continue reading →
It’s that time again. This is the year that was with the top HB posts (with some comment) for 2013. As always thanks for making the HB a regular part of your day and thanks to all those who made the coffer . . . Continue reading →
This slender volume contains four essays. One written jointly by Crawford Gribben and Chris Caughey, one by Matthew Bingham, one by D. G. Hart, and one by yours truly. Ordinarily this volume is, for its size, rather expensive. The price of the . . . Continue reading →
Earlier this week I posted a new resource page listing the annual the Top 10 Posts back to 2009. In response someone asked for a list of the all-time Top 10 HB posts. Here they are. One wrinkle is that #9 and . . . Continue reading →