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Reader’s Blog guidelines

Read it carefully before sending an article.

AUTHOR Evangelical Focus 06 JANUARY 2015 16:45 h GMT+1
Keyboard Reader's Blog Guidelines. / Christian Schnettelker (Flickr, CC)

WHO CAN WRITE?



Any reader who follows the following guidelines. Please read them before sending your text.



 



GUIDELINES



1. The Reader's Blog works as any other blog at Evangelical Focus. No blogs will speak against Evangelical Focus´ evangelical identity and worldview (although they can be written by people from other faiths, or with no faith at all). We understand that the limits of freedom of speech will be the same as for any other author on this website. Articles will not be used to discuss the basic beliefs of the Christian faith (expressed in the European Evangelical Alliance Faith Statement).



2. In order to be published, articles must be sent with the author´s name and surname, country of residence. The professional occupation or a link to an external website or blog can also be provided.



3. Article should be no longer than 1,000 words. Texts that are longer have more chances to be rejected.



4. If the article is published, we will only publish the personal information provided in 2.



5. Articles which allude to other people or institutions will not be published, unless they mention issues and/or information published in Evangelical Focus.



6. Personal attacks will not be tolerated.



7. We ask you to be respectful with other readers and writers. 



8. To be published, articles must not necessarily agree with the Evangelical Focus board's opinion.



9. External links will not be published, unless there is a reasonable justification.



10. Articles will not be published immediately, they must be reviewed by a moderator. The moderator has the right to approve or refuse an article. 



11. The final decision of whether the article is to be published will not be discussed via email.



12. Sending an article confirms the acceptance of Evangelical Focus´ “Reader’s Blog” guidelines and rules.



 



HOW TO SEND AN  ARTICLE



Send your article to readersblog@evangelicalfocus.com.



 


 

 


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Jenny
06/11/2015
07:49 h
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What about the copyright of the articles submitted by readers? who owns them? can they be translated and published in other books (e.g. in French) once they are published on this website? Thank you!
 
Replying to Jenny

Joel Forster
06/11/2015
11:52 h
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Hi, all articles sent by readers and other authors can be used elsewhere. We have a "Creative Commons" license which encourages to use Evangelical Focus contents in other platforms, for free, mentioning the source.
 
Replying to Joel Forster

Jenny
06/11/2015
13:01 h
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Got it! Thank you so much!
 



 
 
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