Talk:Michael Marlow

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Your edits to your bio naturally should reflect what you think to be true concerning your persona, but as this will be featured in catalog copy, it must be approached from the standpoint of marketing what we hope to be a book that is a Topical Index of The Teachings of Jesus. An 'adaptation' of Part IV of the Urantia Book by an author whose only identity is that of a "Urantia Book Reader" lacks the definition needed to reach persons unfamiliar with this text but who will resonate with what Jesus has to say about the variety of topics as described in the Urantia Text.

We can discuss later,


--rdavis 00:00, 24 May 2008 (EDT)


Hello Michael- Thanks for writing this up!

Would you be averse to my reworking it for 'marketing' purposes? I have made a couple of comments visible in the edit view only Scriptorium members would be able to see

We'll talk again soon- --rdavis 21:50, 26 October 2008 (EDT)


Hello Rob,

It was fun. Do whatever you need to do with it. How do I access the comments you've mentioned above? --Michaelm 17:51, 28 October 2008 (EDT)

Hello Michael-

To access the comments I refer to go to the "Article" page of your bio (clicking on the 'article' tab will do it), and then open (click) the 'edit' tab of the article page. Toward the bottom, you will see inserted comments between these symbols . FYI, you can use this functionality to make comments in the Edit window of an article, and it will prevent anyone without access from seeing it.

I am busy working on the TM Dialogues, Urtext Series, and will plan to work on the TOJ project afterwards. We can compare notes as we proceed from there.--rdavis 18:57, 2 December 2008 (EST)