As a way to share his longtime interest in the America's Great Seal, John D. MacArthur began GreatSeal.com in 1998 and continues to expand and update its content and artwork. Now with more than 100 pages and 300 images, the website averages about 3,600 pages and 2,100 visits per day.
GreatSeal.com's content is made freely available to individuals for educational purposes and may be printed out for noncommercial use provided all copyright, source, and URL information remain clearly visible on all such content.
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John also writes about neuroscience.
Three new reports were recently published.
In October 2004, John was invited to speak about the Great Seal during the 300th anniversary of Harriton House, home of Charles Thomson, principal designer of the Great Seal.
(John D. MacArthur is neither the philanthropist nor the fundamentalist with a similar name.)