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The Semi-Definitive List
On July 29th, 2002, the Christian Bloglist, which had been on my site for three months, moved to its new home at blogs4God. Cyber-archaeologists may one day wish to see the list, frozen as it existed on July 29th. Here it is. [WARNING - some of these links are no longer active; and some will now take you to sites with inappropriate content.]
Web developer Aaron Shafovaloff's Christian walk.
Thoughts on the world from A.K.M. Adam, a professor of New Testament.
Blog from the pastor of Frankford Community Free Methodist Church in Ontario.
“My name is Duane Garner. I'm a part-time reader of theology books, a full-time sales manager, a husband and a father in St. Louis.”
Reigning king of the bloggers. Articulate, challenging commentary on faith, culture, politics, homosexuality and much more.
“Commentary on politics, art and life from the margins of the Red Zone…”
The personal blog of Catholic author Michael Dubruiel.
"Disputed writings - a Christian contrarian perspective on damn near everything."
"News and commentary from a conservative Christian perspective."
Ruminations on theology, poetry, music, cinema and lots more.
"A free blog for an enslaved world."
"Thoughts on myself, books, music, theology, and whatever else that happens to come to mind," from confessional Presbyterian Brian Davis.
The life and thoughts of Rick Capezza.
Aussie blog from a student administrator who plans to study theology.
"Thought-provoking thoughts on various topics by a budding philosophaster."
Kerstin Hack's Christian life in Berlin.
Beth Sargent's faith journal.
Catholic journalist Domenico Bettinelli Jr's blog.
"Reports and observations from a Catholic attorney's perspective."
Catholic blog from "Proverbial Tim".
Sermons, commentary and Christian reflection from Bill DeJong.
"Toward an optimistic building of the kingdom through faith in the sovereign God."
Virginia attorney William Sulik comments on Christianity and the world.
Author and youth minister Andrew Careaga--he wrote "E-vangelism: Sharing the
Gospel in Cyberspace"--maintains this lively blog.
The faith journal of Pastor Joshua Sargent.
Jed the Fed's personal diary.
"Petals on a wet, black bough."
Well-known conservative current events blog that sometimes touches on matters of faith.
"Anxiously engaged in the cause of building Zion through study, reflection, love and good works."
Theology and life from Timothy J.
"An experiment in re-deriving the answer to the question, "What must I do?" in light of an under-educated layman's understanding of Revelation, Augustine and Aquinas."
Thoughts about music in the Catholic church, from a choir director.
"Little tilts at modernity."
Author Mark Shea's lively blog: "So that no thought of mine, no matter how stupid, should ever go unpublished again!"
"A celebration of beauty, truth and goodness, and, of course, love...and a
Steve and John Schultz write about religion and daily life. "Not Catholic lite."
"Politics, culture, the public square."
Patty Tracey's online diary.
Blog/magazine: "We base our sense of wonder on the principles of classic Christianity. We see this feeling of joy as God's special gift to man, a necessary part of our glorification of Him. Man's purpose on this world is to glorify and enjoy God. What better way to do so than to constantly dwell on Him and His gifts?"
"News for Jesus freaks. Eternal matters." Blog/newsgroup.
Catholic issues, from Thomas Joseph.
The well-known magazine's well-known weblog, pointing readers to international media coverage of a wide range of Christian issues.
"Random jottings of a follower of the long-lost ideal of Christendom."
"Blog for Catholics and canon lawyers."
The thoughts of Telford Work, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Westmont College and editor of "Journal for Christian Theological Research".
Jay Horne's Christian reflections.
Web diary of novelist Kathryn Lively, who is also webmaster for the Catholic Writers Association.
"I'm a Presbyterian with an active mind, who feels that cynicism and negativity are becoming almost as common in 'sophisticated' Christian circles as they are in the world at large."
"Welcome...to the twilight zone."
Gary Petersen writes about country living and Christianity.
Professor Michael Tinkler sounds off on art and life.
Sarah's online journal.
"I'm a 24-year-old New Zealander who is still figuring out what it means to be a Christian."
"Faith-friendly, liberty-oriented news, commentary and information."
"Chronicling the events, ideas, developments and news of the world through
the lens of cruciformity, e.g. Christian commentary."
"Commentary on culture and politics from a radically new Christian perspective," from David French, former lecturer at Cornell Law School.
Two students write about their walk with the Lord.
"Keeping an eye on the spins and weirdness of media, crime and everyday life."
"Blogging on philosophy, journalism, culture and politics with the flare of wit and brilliance."
"Faith, culture, media, art, life in general."
Comments on religion and life.
"A personal look at the Christian life today."
Karen Ward shares ideas, resources and reflections on the emerging church.
The Department of Theology at the University of Blogistan is a central posting board for various Christian bloggers.
Nicole Ann's online journal.
Roy Jacobsen presents his thoughts on the world and Christian living.
"Laudare...cenare...praedicare," from John DaFiesole.
"The spiritual journey of D.J. Chuang, an Asian-American male of Chinese heritage."
"Exploring theology, leadership, praxis and church life in the emerging
"A meditation of culture, creativity, community and Christianity from the emergent edge downunder."
"Personal reflections of a Tokyoite English teacher, Postmil, Paedobaptist,
"Life in the Catholic Church from one gay man's perspective."
Tyler Black's walk with the Lord.
Lots of reflections and links.
"A global Christian blog," from Ted Esler.
“Conservatism reborn in twisted sisterhood.” Plus lots of observations of the Christian blogging scene.
"Truth, beauty, goodness and all the other stuff," from Joel Wilhelm.
"I just want to be open and honest with people about my personal quest for hope, understanding, truth and of course a greater relationship with Jesus."
"The more I learn and experience, the more I realise I have more to learn and experience."
"A little dash of prairie wisdom, a little pinch of politics and a whole lot of blowhard nonsense."
"Musings, ponderings, ruminations from the men @ Vineyard Church, Fort Myers, Florida."
Emily Stimpson's popular Catholic blog.
Chronicle of Amy H's spiritual journey.
Spanish-language Catholic blog from Argentina.
"Rural aphorisms, rants, images and links with Christian overtones."
"Living simple, single and submitted, in a real city, in a real world."
Boston priest Father Bob Carr's blog.
"What if G.K. Chesterton had a blog? These quotes from his many works lack the pungent relevance they once had when Chesterton engaged the world he knew with great wit and wisdom; but perhaps this is the next best thing."
"Neo-Calvinist un-apologetics and zeitgeist surfing."
"Chi Alpha missionaries to Stanford: Today they learn, tomorrow they lead."
"Your destination for deep thoughts and alleged insights." Catholic blog by Georgia attorney Kevin James.
"Transitioning into a new era."
"A forum for just about anything."
Jennie Taliaferro's online diary.
"Catholic guy rants and raves about anything and everything. Sometimes offers reasonable explanations and solutions."
"Teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteous web design."
"Musings of a Reformed slant from a Calvinistic nuclear physicist."
Joseph Hogue's thoughts on life.
Blog by students at Virginia Tech.
Joyce Garcia runs one of the original and still one of the best Christian weblogs. Essential for keeping up with the Christian internet.
Homeschooling from a Christian perspective.
Musings on football, religion and the world.
Faith journal of Paulo Ordoveza from the Philippines.
Wolfgang Fernandez reports from around the world on the emerging church.
Matthew Hoy, a newspaper page designer, comments on the news.
"An anonymous blog by a Christian wife and mother - with a bouncing brain."
"I teach high school math. I've also been known to eat and sleep."
Thoughts on religion and life from Canadian Ian McKenzie.
"Consistent mediocrity punctuated by occasional insight," from Ohio State Senate aide Kevin Holtsberry.
"Tech, Grace, Art, Proverbs"
"Hagia Sophia of the Holy Fathers of the Church, reflections on religion and society, quotations from Scripture...good old-fashioned philosophy, just like Mama used to make."
A retail store manager comments on the news.
Faith journal of Wade Hodges.
"When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became a man, I put away childish things. For now we see in a mirror, dimly, but then face to face. Now I know in part, but then I shall know just as I also am known."
Amy Welborn's respected Catholic blog.
Toby Drake's online journal.
An examination of Pope John Paul II's Apostolic Exhortation "Christifideles Laici".
Sean Meade is a pastor in the Evangelical Covenant Church. He comments on web life, pop culture, current events and more.
"Christian resources and comradeship."
Online faith journal of Kristen Knox.
"Ramblings of a confessional Lutheran with an extremely pessimistic and humorous bent."
"Faith, fantasy and fact. Religion, politics and culture....The latest news from a loud-mouthed schnook still Catholic after all these years."
Jason Garrett writes about his life.
Jonathan Webster, a graduate student in mathematics, writes about life.
Jennifer Horne's life.
Jenn's online diary.
Reflections from Jim Hart.
Young Canadian pastor writes about church planting, the emerging church and life.
"Josh is a budding web designer, a budding writer, a budding scholar and a budding theologian. Sometimes all this budding makes him feel like a flower."
"Reason and resolve."
"My observations along the way."
Dan Johnson's daily life.
Personal reflections of a Christian student studying philosophy.
“My own personal musings, wonderings, thoughts, and results of personal studies. Also, occasional comments on world events.”
"Hey, a website for Junior High youth workers. What a concept!"
Bryan Preston’s feisty comments on Christianity and society.
"The deepest spring of man's spiritual development is found in the evangelical commandment of love - Pope John Paul II."
Aussie blog from a Canadian Asian.
Online journal of John Barach, a Canadian reformed church pastor.
Encouraging articles and thoughts from the pastor of First Baptist Church of Fremont, Michigan.
"I'm the pastor of Jonesville Baptist Church, Jonesville, Mi. and I post sermons and articles and thoughts geared toward the family, the church, the pastor, web development and technology."
Fascinating emerging church newsletter co-authored by church leaders around the world.
Joseph Montgomery comments on religion and life.
Josh McInnis's online diary.
"A longing to look into the things of the Lord."
Dawn's reflections on life.
Dan Johnson's faith journal.
"Ramblings of a Paraplegic..."
"Wandering thoughts from my narrow mind."
"Reformed Presbyterian Confederate."
Daniel Stoddart writes about his life.
"Poems in progress, random thoughts, collisions with grace, interludes into the zany and ludicrous," with Laurel Garver.
"The musings of an enabling minister in a time of transition." From a United Church of Canada minister.
Author and database programmer Louder Fenn writes about life and his Catholic faith.
"A Catholic blog site featuring news analysis, response to and commentary on misinformed media reports on the Catholic Church."
“Commentary on politics, economics, theology, sports and other things that pull my chatty-ring.”
“News, comment, analysis and fun from the Christian counter-culture.”
"McGyver saves the Catholic Church."
"Reflections of a child of grace," from a Lutheran seminary student.
Touchstone magazine's editors comment on news and events of the day.
Personal diary from the Philippines, with lots on music.
The thoughts of Michael Delgado.
Christopher Johnson's popular blog on politics, world affairs and faith.
Lots of reflections on life and religion.
"Missionfield Molly's many musings."
"Antiphons of a street monk."
Russ writes about his life.
Diary from the author of the Biblical Babylon? blog.
"A record of occasional thoughts on religion and the Catholic faith, the political scene, especially the lamentable state of Canadian conservatism, and whatever else strikes my fancy."
"Birth, babies, faith and family. Thoughts from a Catholic mom, wife, daughter, sister."
"Whatever is true, honourable, right, pure, lovely, excellent and worthy of praise; think on these things."
"Politics, news, libertarianism, science fiction, religion, sewing. You got a problem, bud? I like sewing." Popular British blog.
Dani Treweek's Aussie blog on her life and reflections.
Blog from a board-game geek.
"Musings on life, the universe, and everything. Don't ask where the title comes from."
Quaker blog "about life, the internet and everything".
"Humble (oh really...?) opinions on matters of faith." Catholic blog.
"Sporadic thoughts from a part-time farmer." Orthodox Christian blog.
"Ruminations of an Oklahoma pastor."
"I am a systematic theologian by day (and night) who gives vent to his more casual animadversions by Blog....I write pseudonymously because I do not yet have tenure, "liberal tolerance" being what it is! (Ruthlessly doctrinaire, but with such a warm smile.)"
"Oliver Tseng's thoughts on faith, technology, health, politics, economics and life."
Lots of reflections on life.
"Life is a confluence of contradictions, not to be resolved, but embraced."
"A collection of thoughts, views, observations and opinions from members of Sydney's Toongabbie Anglican Church."
"Adventures in orthodoxy." Catholic blog.
"A weblog of American Orthodoxy."
"Here you'll find my reflections on life, especially my spiritual life, but also opinions on current news, especially religion news and boxing news (yeah, how different could that be?). You'll also find links to things I find interesting or even important. So that's what's here; enjoy looking around!"
Paul Duggan's online journal.
Blog of George van Popta, pastor of Ancaster Canadian Reformed Church.
"Language and literature;
ideas in religion, faith, science, politics, history, art and poetry;
whatever I find edifying or fun: these things I hope to write about and
explore by posting thoughts, papers, links, etc."
"Reading the newspaper [the Washington Post] with a cup of coffee in one hand and a rosary in the other."
Comment and stories for preachers.
Presbyterian pastor Mark Horne's writings on religion and life.
"Bringing warm fluff to a hard, cold world."
"The journey of a non-Catholic Christian who is married to a Catholic, told
with equal parts sarcasm and earnestness. (Okay, maybe more like 70/30.)"
Faith journal of Frank Johnson, an internet strategist, avid sports fan and former pastor.
"The unfolding of Bible prophecy in current events."
"Opinionated British blogger, currently living in the US. Random thoughts, programming and web design, humour, Christianity, tea, quantum mechanics."
Dan Johnson's favourite quotes.
"Daily quotes with random relevance."
Blog from Tim Gallant, an itinerant Reformed Church pastor.
Reformed Church blog.
Balanced commentary on religion from an Aussie rationalist.
"Cutting-edge Christianity....RazorMouth features a wide assortment of original writers addressing issues of theology, Christian living, politics, parenting, culture and the arts, society, eschatology. Largely coming from the Reformed and Presbyterian traditions and believing that God's Word speaks to all of life, RazorMouth authors strive daily (or nearly so) to apply the faith to every nook and cranny of creation."
"Questions, discoveries, comments, etc. about the really important issues. I don't know how many answers I'll find along the way, but it'll never stop me from looking."
"Kill them all. Blog will know its own."
"Where the religious rubber meets the pop culture road." Kathy Shaidle's pioneer Christian blog continues to offer an amazing breadth of coverage.
"A catholic blog site...reflecting 'the living memory' of the Catholic Church...living in the Catholic moment."
Robert's online journal.
Blog of Professor Joel Garver of La Salle University.
"A pilgrim's progress - analogue musings on spirituality, religion and culture."
Reformed commentary from Paul Nanson.
Jen's online journal.
Faith journal of "Betty Homemaker".
Faith journal of seminary student Nathan Hart.
Sarah Garner's online journal.
"Ruminations on what my eyes take in."
"My pilgrim journey, cultural observations and occasional theological musings," from a Christian worker in Bosnia.
"A journey of faith, family, history, politics, culture and sports."
"The world as it is and as it should be, according to an over-educated, under-employed philosophy Ph.D."
"Spiritual/political/philosophical blog on the nature of truth and falsehood and heaven."
“Topical musings from a Catholic perspective.”
"Tracking God in the global emerging culture." Reflections on Christianity and the emerging church in a post-modern world.
"This blog is part of theConnexion.net, a range of tools for building Christian community on the net. The webweaver is Richard Hall, a Methodist minister based in South Wales, UK. He can't decide why he does it. Feel free to join in. Or not."
Generally presents thoughts, speculations and questions about worship and theology.
"A Christian all my life, I explore what this means every day. Maybe you
"Content will relate to my interests, including computers, web design, art, aviation and Christianity."
"Just my thoughts on religion and the politics of the day."
"An attempt to separate wheat from chaff."
"Streams of consciousness," from a National Catholic Register editor.
Online journal. Thoughts about life, God and Christianity.
Mainly in Dutch.
"Miscellaneous thoughts from Russ Reeves, Reformed Christian, father and husband, and professor of history."
Tracy's personal diary.
"A Christian journal of politics, religion and opinion."
"Hope in dying wrought from dust."
A discussion blog about "Jesus and the Victory of God" by N.T. Wright.
"A weblog by Randy McRoberts."
“Content and networking for urban-minded Christians around the world.”
"My mission is to present a more balanced and nuanced approach to Catholicism than what one might encounter throughout the internet. In my experience the internet is a hotbed of conservative dissent within the Catholic Church. I am attempting to offer a hopeful oasis to those struggling in the desert in need of water."
Chris Burgwald is studying dogmatic theology at the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Rome. His blog is devoted to “the usually serious but occasionally frivolous search for truth in things theological, philosophical, political, historical, etc. etc.”
Orthodox Christian exploring the meaning of spirituality and theology. Lots of references to the early Church Fathers.
Blog ministry of a Cincinnati Christian Academy teacher and summercamp director.
Life of a Guyanese-born Canadian pastor's wife.
Chiefly meditations on Christian living. Emphasis on knowing God more personally.
Joseph A.P. De Feo's blog.
"Miscellaneous writings and thoughts."
Libertarian blogging about world events. References himself as a Christian and mentions how his Christianity is reflected in his politics.
"Thoughts in humility and service."
Lutheran faith journal.