Major Changes at BCD |
New Research Will Need to be
Pre-Funded by Contributions
As with other non-profits, the current recession has brought a significant decline in contributions. We have had to conclude that we can no longer publish new issues every two months unless there is a substantial increase in contributions. Because of this, we are implementing the following changes:
Future BCD Research Articles Must Be Pre-Funded
For the past six years BCD has been publishing issues every two months. Beginning January 2011, BCD will be changing to an irregular publishing schedule. New research articles will be published when: (1) the needed amount of contributions ($1,500 per article) have been received, (2) the research has been completed, and (3) the articles have been finally drafted. If you are interested in having BCD continue to publish intriguing articles about new research, please consider making a donation today.
Your Contributions Will Be Matched Dollar for Dollar
Every dollar you contribute will be matched by an anonymous donor (up to $5,000). You can multiply the value of your donation today by making a tax-deductible contribution to the Isaac Newton Bible Code Research Society, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation.
Why Support Bible Code Digest?
Bible Code Digest has been published continuously since November 1999. Since its inception, there have been 4.75 million visitors to our website. We have averaged between 15 and 20 hits per visitor over the past ten years. During most of that time the BCD site has stayed at or near the top of search engines for the topic of the Bible code. Our list of subscribers includes 16,500+ people. Director Ed Sherman's book, Bible Code Bombshell, has gone through two printings and has sold 10,000 copies. Every month, 35,000 to 45,000 people visit our website. We receive 35 to 100 e-mails a week and we try to respond to all of it that deserves a reply.
Subscriber Notifications of Each New Digest Issue
BCD intends to continue sending an e-mail notification of the release of each new future issue to all subscribers. If you aren't a subscriber, consider doing so today. You do not need to make a contribution to become a new subscriber.
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