In Character has moved...

Charlotte Hays | Posted on 07/22/10

We've long said at In Character that our job is to make virtue as interesting as vice. We'll continue to do that. With the increased resources made available by being part of BQO, we know we're going to succeed.

Dear Reader:

As planned, we have gone dark in this space. But don't think this is a good-bye.

We have migrated to become part of an exciting new venture of the John Templeton Foundation called Big Questions Online, or BQO, a "webzine" that made its debut today.

We'll be part of something bigger, newer, and even more provocative.

Along with presenting the virtue and character-based stories that have been In Character's special mandate, BQO delves into, well, the Big Questions posed by science, religion, economics, and ethics. You will find the same high-caliber of writing and argument that we've tried to provide for our readers. Indeed, some of the best writers around--including quite a few who have enriched In Character---are regular contributors to BQO.

We've long said at In Character that our job is to make virtue as interesting as vice. We'll continue to do that. With the increased resources made available by being part of  BQO, we know we're going to succeed.

Please join us at BQO, which you can find at www.bigquestionsonline.com. It is one of the most exciting new sites on the internet.

We hope readers have enjoyed InCharacter.org as much as we enjoyed producing it.

Sincerely,
Charlotte Hays
Editor/ In Character

 

 

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