I am strongly hopeful that my three published books, which includes my newest book, “Beyond Wondering about Murder from a Judeo-Christian Perspective”, will ignite real discussion in the Blog feature of my recently designed website, www.clayahenry.org. However, some of you may not be familiar with a blogging and even may not know what a post is. If so, allow me to give you an abbreviated description and functionality of these two terms. A blog is a type of website. It is a term used to describe websites that maintain an ongoing chronicle of information. Blogs are usually sustained by an individual with periodic entries or observations or other material that might be of interest to readers. Blogs range from the personal to the political, and can focus on one narrow subject or a whole range of subjects. On a blog, the content consists of articles, sometimes called entries or posts that the composer owns and manages. My particular blog includes an interactive format that not only allows readers to leave comments and questions, but also permits the host blogger a means to respond to a reader. It is this last feature of my blog that I wish to emphasize. It is easy for the reader to respond to each and every post by simply checking the ‘add a comment’ noted near the post. A window will appear in which the reader can type his/her comment. Later, the comment can be observed adjacent to the post in the blog site. Now that you know more about blogs and posts, you are sincerely invited to become a fellow blogger on my web site.