Thanks to Patrick (AMR) and the other Admins, I've been able to install and configure the Article Management System (AMS) for this Board. I hope it proves to be a valuable resource for the creation of thoughtful and edifying articles for the PuritanBoard. I envision the Articles to be of a few types: 1. Thoughtful, well-written articles on various categories of the faith or about current issues. Articles do not have to pass the muster of a theological journal (though we hope to receive those as well) but should be well-written and edifying to the board and the wider public who view the PuritanBoard. 2. Re-posting of good articles from around the Internet on theological issues. Don't re-post the entire article but post a snippet or "executive summary" of the article and add your own commentary. The purpose is then to be able to discuss the article and its merits or demerits within the context of a Confessional board. I don't know about you but it's often difficult to discuss articles on Facebook or elsewhere because they don't lend themselves to meaningful discussion or interaction. If you see a great article then re-post as an Article here and let's talk about it. I hope to become another kind of clearinghouse not only for good theological articles (or things that make us think) as well as the comments from our confessional context to help others think through their implications. Who may post? If you see the Create Article feature then you have permission to post. Most submissions will be moderated by the PB team to determine suitability/quality but please contribute if you have something meaningful to say. Categories I've attached a picture of the categories for Articles. It will likely grow but it gives you an idea of how to bin your articles. What to avoid? We have a section in Articles for Current Issues. I don't want the Article system to be used for sharp political commentary. We have a protected forum for those discussions. That said, we're not averse to airing some controversial issues going on in the Church, etc but let's keep the PB focused less on the political climate of the nation/world and more focused on broader theological trends, etc. We may create a Member's Only article area if the need arises but think about the kinds of topics that it's OK for the general public to read. I think that's about it for now. Hope to see some participation but please interact and ask questions about how this will play out. It's brand new so we don't have everything figured out yet.