Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind... Romans 12:2
So, we've been on something of a hiatus. It was not something we planned; it just happened. Or rather, something that we let happen. Not because we wanted to but because, well, we got a little swamped, a little lazy, and a little forgetful.
Those days are, we hope, behind us. U·TURN is, along with spring, starting to grow again. At the moment it's little more than a tender green shoot. But, like the tulips and crocuses in your gardens, more is going on than meets the eye. Themes that were conceived around Christmas are starting to take shape. By summer they will have become sixteen page issues on their way to your mailbox and posted online for the rest of the world (that cares) to see.
What's more, you'll soon find this website transformed from a neglected, stagnant pool into a fresh, flowing river. Keep your eyes out for Links and Things, a collection of links, recommendations, and original articles only available here at U·TURN.net.
At the moment we're hard at work updating our archives with our new design. Please forgive any loose or dead ends we might accidentally place in your path: should you find any, please let us know so that we can clean them up and get them out of your way.
All of this does take time, so we ask for your patience as we work on this ambitious to-do list. Check back often to find out what has been completed and what is on its way.
Volume 10, Number 1: Reformational Evangelism.
This issue is something of a mixed bag. Technically, "evangelism" is our theme; however, we've thrown in a lengthy section on eschatology (for unity's sake), some literary articles by Ben House, and our first piece of fiction. Our managing editor has affectionately described this issue as "scatterbrained"; we hope you still enjoy it.
Upcoming issues will touch on medical ethics (we managed to find some questions we didn't ask in our previous issues), worship (a companion to our evangelism issue, albeit more thematic), and Canadiana (just what does it mean to be Canadian?). Our aim is to publish three issues by the end of 2006, and so far we are on schedule. Watch your mailboxes. If you aren't on our mailing list, you can subscribe online here.
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