GuidelinesJesus Manifesto accepts original content that creatively explores the relationship between Jesus and the Empire. We currently have the following categories for our articles:

In DOXIS, we explore the big questions of the faith...questions of theology and philosophy and hermeneutics and the like.

In CULTURE, we apply our lens to the world around us as we explore sociological trends, postmodernity, politics…you name it.

In PRAXIS, we explore the hands-on nature of the way of Jesus. How do we follow Jesus in the American empire? What does this look like for our lives, our ministries, our churches? This is the hands-on of our faith.

In AESTHETICS, we explore beauty through our senses: images, music, film, poetry, and the culinary arts. We’ll entertain any artistic submission.

In SATIRE, we revel in the absurdity of our lives. Without being mean-spirited, we want to use humor to wax prophetic.

We will also take category transcending articles, as long as it fits the overall theme of the site. In particular, we welcome book reviews and interviews.

While we are willing to accept quality submissions of any length, we generally look for content that is between 250 and 1000 words.

Ways that don't work getting picture likes

There is such an opinion: it is much more efficient to subscribe to a profile, then the likelihood of mutual subscription increases significantly. Buying subscribers in this way will lead to a significant problem. Let's imagine a situation: you subscribe to all profiles in a row, by the end of the day you have about 5,000 subscriptions, and the subscribers who mutually followed you have about 1,000 accounts. These are not fictitious figures, statistics speaks about it. What is the end result? Your potential audience will understand that you received all your subscribers through the exchange of subscriptions. This click here now will lower Instagram picture likes to your profile. A much more promising picture is when the account is followed by 15,000 subscribers, and the owner is following only 500 accounts. The work is immediately visible here, your future subscribers will appreciate it. Therefore, we recommend buying picture likes on Instagram rather than submitting a follow-up request.

A useless way to develop a blog also includes: services that simulate Instagram activity; buy bot subscribers that have no positive effect. In addition, these programs require you to perform certain actions a certain number of times: put picture likes, subscribe to someone several times, leave a comment, make a repost. For this work, a reward is awarded - points. Such cheating methods are dangerous because you risk losing your target audience and getting banned for suspicious activity and bots.

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