What is RSS? It stands for Really Simple Syndication. It’s a way that you can subscribe to new posts from a website. This is called the “feed” of posts.
Why should I use RSS? Since you’re visiting this site, you might like a way to view the posts from here without always having to visit the site and figure out which posts you have or have not yet read. An RSS Reader application can keep track of this for you.
How do I use RSS? There are many websites that provide a way for you to subscribe to a feed. Personally, I use www.inoreader.com. You can sign up and start using it for free. Once you’ve signed up, all you have to do is add a link to the feed to your Subscriptions and then it will show you the latest posts.
What are the links to Alpha and Omega Ministries’ RSS feeds? These are easy to find if you know where to look. On most websites you can see a link to the feed (or sometimes you can just add the URL of the website and your feed reader can figure it out!) as shown by an icon like this:
The URL for the main feed is: https://www.aomin.org/aoblog/feed/
We also have another “microblog” at this site called “Theology Matters“. Dr. White posts shorter things there from time to time. That section of the site also has a separate RSS feed which you should subscribe to. That feed is located here: https://www.aomin.org/aoblog/feed/?post_type=theologymatters
Why should I care about this now? If you are used to getting your updates through social media channels such as Parler, MeWe, Twitter, Facebook, etc… then you can continue doing that. However, we feel that one day we will see that Alpha and Omega’s access to those sites may be revoked due to our consistent Biblical stance on social issues. But if you begin using RSS (or start using it again), you will have a more reliable method for keeping up with our content.