FAQ and Article Updates
If you post a 'quote' of what you changed, and 'color' the difference...
In your FAQ change post in this thread...
666, the faq is a doc that changes more frequently due to name changing than any other document...
Or so it would seem...
Sith ain't Evil...
Jedi ain't Saints....
"Bake or bake not. There is no fry" - Sean Ching
Current Apprentices: Viskhard, DanWerts, Llama Su, Trisskar
Former Apprentices: Knight Learn_To_Know, Knight Edan, Knight Brenna, Knight Madhatter
I would suggest to share the document, as 666 proposed , with all people translating it via Dropbox or so.
Jedi Knight of TOTJO, A.Div
Master: Senior Knight RyuJin
Apprentice: Trose, BeBe
'Impossible' is a word that humans use far too often. -Seven of Nine
EDIT: I like Sajj's idea though, that sounds efficient
The follow text change has been made relating to this FaQ www.templeofthejediorder.org/faq#JointheClergy
Original Version wrote: Although you may begin your clerical studies at any time, there is a requirement of having been an active member of TotJO for a minimum of 6 months and to have reached the rank of Initiate prior to ordination.
Updated Version wrote: Although you may begin your clerical studies at any time, there is a requirement of having reached the rank of Initiate prior to being admitted into the Seminary.
Old Version wrote: We like to get to know people before we allow them to start offering any sort of training to other members of the site so we ask that you first complete the Initiates Programme before you offer your teaching services. We like to think of it as you getting to know the sort of people and the sort of place you will be teaching in before you begin.
If you wish to offer any sort of training or teaching or service for us then please first contact a Councillor.
New Version wrote: We like to get to know people before we allow them to start offering any sort of training to other members of the site so we would ask that you reach the rank of Knight before you offer your teaching services. We like to think of it as you getting to know the sort of people and the sort of place you will be teaching in before you begin.
If you feel able to offer any sort of training or teaching or service for us then please contact, either your current Training Master or, a Councillor.
Please note that I am aware of the hyperlinks of people's names not taking them to their profile...
Has been changed to:
The terms Minister, Reverend, and Bishop, as well as Archbishop, are used by many different churches throughout the world. You'll probably be surprised to know that the terms Bishop and Arch-bishop are not at all exclusive to Catholicism. In fact they were originally Greek words (Episkopos) simply meaning Leader or Teacher. The term Bishop is used to define a position of stewardship in many Churches from many different faiths. The term Bishop is not Catholic at all, but merely a commonly understood means of labeling and defining the stewards of a church, temple, organization, etc...
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