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Reasons for Interaction

It is possible that a person reading the book Solving the Paul Puzzle or the content on this site will want to express an opinion about the chronology of the New Testament.

Opinions are welcome, and the following avenue has been established for feedback.

In addition, following the Twitter account related to the book Solving the Paul Puzzle and this site will allow a viewer to monitor for changes in information, such as new content uploaded to the site. It will also allow monitoring for the feedback of other persons.

Twitter

The Twitter account related to this site is "@ThePaulPuzzle" (@thepaulpuzzle is the same). This account will show the latest tweets made in relation to this site, such as updates to pages. In addition, it provides to the viewer a means of sending feedback.

Search the Twitter web service for "@ThePaulPuzzle"

Link: @ThePaulPuzzle

Tweets by ThePaulPuzzle

A person with an account at Twitter will be able to post a tweet about the subject matter. It is recommended that a user include the text "@@thepaulpuzzle" somewhere in the body of the post; this is considered a "mention" by the Twitter service.

Using the Mention format (a tweet with @@thepaulpuzzle somewhere in the entered content) has two advantages: (1) The tweet will appear in a special Mentions folder maintained by author. This will allow the tweet to be seen and read; (2) The tweet will be found by other users if they search for tweets that mention with form @@thepaulpuzzle. This will enable other users to see feedback being sent to @thepaulpuzzle Twitter account.

Tweets sent with the Mention format will not automatically appear on the timeline of @thepaulpuzzle Twitter account. However, the tweet will be evaluated, and if determined to be suitable to discussion, it may be "Retweeted" by the account holder so that the content of the tweet will appear on the timeline of @thepaulpuzzle. In that case, all persons following @thepaulpuzzle will be able to see the content of the Retweet.

A second method available to Twitter users is to Reply to a tweet sent out by @thepaulpuzzle. Any tweet in sent by @thepaulpuzzle that appears in the timeline of @thepaulpuzzle can be selected and a reply executed with the viewer's account.

In the same way as the Mention format explained above, the tweet will appear in a folder at the account of @thepaulpuzzle and it will be read.

The disadvantage with a Reply is that it will not be searchable for other persons trying to locate all tweets sent to @thepaulpuzzle, as was described above for a Mention.

A Reply will not automatically appear in the timeline of @thepaulpuzzle, in the same way an Mention does not, but it will be evaluated and it may be Retweeted if the content is suitable. In that case the tweet would be visible to all followers of @thepaulpuzzle.

Any person who sends a tweet to @thepaulpuzzle must be ready to see that content retweeted or otherwise posted for public viewing. In addition, the content of that tweet may be uploaded to this site (SolvingThePaulPuzzle.com), thereby becoming available for viewing by other users of the site.

Furthermore, the content of tweets on Twitter may be presented in other social media on behalf of Solving the Paul Puzzle.

Attribution will be per the information in the Tweet or readily available from the Twitter profile of the sender. Some tweets may not be retweeted or otherwise presented if the attribution does not seem substantial.

No Twitter Account

In the event that a viewer does not have an account at Twitter, that person will not be able to send feedback that is immediately available for all viewers to consider (on the Twitter).

The book Solving the Paul Puzzle and this related site are presented by Blue Sea Press, so different avenues for sending feedback may be available through that company.

Posted Content May be Made Public

Any content sent by Twitter is subject to being posted on the timeline at the Twitter account @thepaulpuzzle and/or posted on other social media for public viewing. In addition, the content of that post may be uploaded to this site (SolvingThePaulPuzzle.com), thereby becoming available for viewing by other users of the site.

Attribution will be per the information in the Twitter tweet (or Twitter profile of the sender). Some tweets may not be allowed to remain on the timeline or be otherwise presented if the attribution does not seem substantial.

Selected posts and other interaction content is available for viewing at the following link.

Interaction Details

Received Interactions

From among the posts to Twitter, those that are judged to be suitable for furthering the discussion of the New Testament chronology, and particularly the solution proposed by Solving the Paul Puzzle, may be listed on this site as well. This will allow viewers to quickly get an idea of the feedback being received regarding the book and its summarized form on this site.

Some feedback from other sources may also be included. In addition, topics regarding the nature of interaction with others on the subject of the New Testament chronology may also be listed.

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