It will look like this on your web site: The
web site attempts to describe dozens of religions, faith groups, and controversial
religious and moral topics in an objective, balanced manner.
For members of "MySpace:"
You can add one of these logos to your account, with a comment.
Our main logo is a dove with an olive branch.*
This symbol had its origin in story of a world-wide flood sent by the Babylonian God Ea.
The hero, Ut-Napishtim, sent out a dove from his ark to
determine if there was any dry land in the vicinity. This symbol has since evolved into a
universal symbol of peace, tolerance, and understanding. There are two symbols above: one
plain and one beveled. Both are about 2.1 Kbytes in size.
A webmaster at http://www.users.drak.net/altair42/ needed
a button to link to our site. Not finding a suitable one, she created one. That
website no longer exists.
Aaron Hawley created the
These are two images of a conventional banner shape.* They
are 5.4 and 11.5 Kbytes in size. The four panels refer to fire, air, earth and water.
Ancient scientists considered these to be basic elements, which combined in various
proportions to generate all known substances. Life itself was seen as requiring a fifth
These two attractive banners are of size 5.1 and 10.5 Kbytes
Very graceful banners at 5 and 10 Kbytes.* These three
banners were donated by Michael W. England who specializes
in freelance graphic & web design. See: http://www.abraxis.com/m_england.
These animated banner ads were designed on the AdDesigner.com web
This is a banner that we used at the top of most of our essays prior to
2002-AUG. 16 Kbytes. It came from the Microsoft Frontpage program.
This is a
banner that we used at the top of each index and menu prior to 2002-AUG. 14 Kbytes.
It also came from the Microsoft Frontpage program.
These images were donated by N.J. Grable, editor and publisher of The ES
Press at: http://www.theespress.com
This is a site well worth surfing!