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    Monergism.com Launches Version 2.0

    After months of grueling preparation, numerous technical set-backs and a host of other behind-the-scenes debacles and delays (mostly due the enormous amount of data that had to be moved), we are thrilled to finally unveil the new Monergism 2.0. It would be impossible for us to adequately express our excitement, anticipation and gratitude at launching what we hope will be a major evolution in functionality, ease of use, organization and overall look for the site. We hope that once you have experienced it, you will feel the same. To get a quick break-down of the site's new layout, check-out the site tour page.

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    Posted by John on February 26, 2007 10:17 AM

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    Looks great! Nice job Timmy.

    I really love the new look! As ironic as it is, I'm sure it will take some time to learn how to use a site that's more logically organized. But I don't mind in the least.

    One - perhaps unintentional - change that has come about, though, is that the search function seemingly does not search within articles. The old Google-driven engine did that quite well. Instead, it appears that the new search only searches article titles. So a search for 'Lutheranism' turns up only one article; I know there's gotta be many more that discuss Lutheranism!

    All in all, though, I'm looking forward to discovering many more articles that I overlooked under the old design!

    Great new look and much easier to navigate!

    What happened to the Hall of Contemporary Reformers?!

    I love the changes, and I am excited about the future of Monergism. Many thanks to John Hendryx, Tim Challies, and everyone else who has labored to make this resource what it is today. When God first began to open my eyes to the glories of his sovereign grace, Monergism was one of the primary instruments he used -- and I'm sure many other testimonies echo my own.

    All praise to our gracious Father! Continue to seek his praise, and to lift up the name of Jesus our Savior.

    Nathan

    It's still there!

    http://www.monergism.com/thethreshold/articles/bio/contempreform.html

    You can find it quickest (That is to say, *I* can find it quickest) under the list of Top Ten Pages on the right hand side.

    The best site on the internet got better. This is the best site design I've seen, no kidding, very slick.

    I was very much at ease with the old site. Now,I'm adjusting with the new site.

    But Monergism 2.0 exceeded my expectations. And I'll be waiting for improvements!

    Couldn't agree more with you David. This site is our very favorite. Great improvements to enjoy even more!! Thank you.

    Thanks so much for making monergism available! Looks great.

    Hi, exactly where did you get this info can you please support this with some proof or you might say some very good reference as I and others will actually enjoy. This details is actually great and I will say will usually be helpful if we attempt it possibility free. So if you can back it up. That may really support us all. And this may well bring some good repute for you.

    Live together, work together, the company became a joke?

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