Listed in the side bar (sounds like something from the OJ trial (have I dated myself?)) are a number of links to a number of websites, most of which are blogs.
I try to check into each one everyday, but not all of them have new material everyday. No one is as bad as I am about posting, but then I don’t always have something to try to say (can’t say that I have ever said anything because I am not as good a communicator as those I follow.
I only list those sites that I recommend to others. However, out of these there are a few that deserve special attention. And I conveniently group them in to categories Blogroll, Poetry and the Arts, Theological Resources, and Theology. Not all sites are Christian.
Sarah Moon: Christian Skeptic, this young lady is intelligent, articulate, and very talented. It won’t be long and the world will know who she is. Sarah writes on a variety of topics, not the least of which is abuse in relationships, self-abuse, doubt in faith, etc. Please visit her site and read several posts, you’ll be hooked.
The Lazy Skeptic, Another in a similar vein to Sarah Moon. Lots of questioning, which I admire.
Mike Friesen’s Blog Mike is articulate, Anabaptist, peace promoting, questioning. You will be enriched.
Glass Dimly Is a blog that is concerned with the Christian response to oppression and injustice in the world.
Jaime The VWM Witty, oft irreverent, down to earth commenting that really needs to be said.
Rachel Evans What can I say, read her popular blog, buy her book.
Poetry and the Arts
Extreme Emo Poetry that speaks to me. Elen is often dark, often tragic always worth the read. She has something to say and is saying it. When I read her poetry I am reminded of Sylvia Plath.
Creative Stylings… “We’re alike, me and cat. A couple of poor nameless slobs.” – Holly Golightly. A full range of blogging, painting, drawing, and graphic design.
Jessica Kristie Poetry and images.
Paints with Words I think the name says it all. Follow her on Twitter for her short poems.
CRI/Voice Biblical scholar Dennis Bratcher offers many articles from himself and others in the Wesleyan theological tradition. Vast number of resource material from Biblical topics, to theology, to liturgy. When I have questions this is the first site I check.
Love of Wisdom, Wisdom of Love My friend Tom Oord, theologian at Northwest Nazarene University writes about his theology of love, open theology. Read his blog buy his many books–you will not regret it. (I reviewed at least one here).
Well, there are more in the list and more will be added as I find them. I hope you will visit these sites and support these bloggers, poets, artists, and theologians. May you be enriched as I have been.
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