I'm pretty sure you don't have these, and I check them semi-regularly:Renewing ThoughtsBlog and MablogLeithartOversight of Souls
My favorite blogs to check out daily are:http://thearminian.net/http://wesleyanarminian.wordpress.com/http://thecenterfortheologicalstudies.blogspot.com/http://www.rogereolson.com/
I don’t know how to encode URLs, but here are a few of my favorites:http://biblicalsoteriology.blogspot.com/http://grantian.blogspot.com/http://theonomyresources.blogspot.com/http://westernconservatory.org/http://chalcedon.edu/http://perseveroblog.com/You did say “One or twelve”, didn’t you?
Thanks for your contributions!
Here are a few more: Jared Moore Thirsty Theologian Reformation Theology
I have been enjoying these lately...http://wittenberg-door.blogspot.com/http://5ptsalt.com/http://streetapologetics.com/Thanks
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Here are a few you don't have:Justin Taylor: Between Two Worlds:http://thegospelcoalition.org/blogs/justintaylor/Dr. James White and staff: Alpha and Omega Ministries Blog:http://www.aomin.org/aoblog/Timmy Brister: Provocations and Pantingshttp://timmybrister.com/Mark Driscoll and staff: The Resurgence:http://theresurgence.com/And a couple of bloggers who post less frequently, but they are always good:Steve Green's Journal:http://stevegreenministries.org/journal/index.phpBrad Borders: Gone Fishin!:http://chaplainbrad.blogspot.com/You probably know who Steve Green is. Brad Borders is an Army chaplain I know.
@ConstitutionGirlLook at my blog. I have posted instructions on how to encode a url. Although the sample may appear on two lines, there is only one space between <a and href
Thank you so much for your tech and HTML help, Mr. Boyd!.:)
Hiya everyone,I'd like to introduce you to the blog of my friend, Luke, an Anglican(Episcopalian) minister. 'Post-Apocalyptic' TheologyI can't say I would endorse everything he writes (because I'm not sure where I stand with Eschatology yet) but I know the gentleman personally, and have seen his love and passion for Jesus (and solid theology).@Craig - thanks for your html advice back a few comments. Much appreciated.
The absolute best site I have found as a resource for defending Calvinism: Colin Maxwell's articles and lessons, plus a transcript of email conversations dealing with the Doctrines of Grace, are of inestimable value to those desiring to articulate a clear presentation and defense of Calvinism. http://corkfpc.com/p.s. (Rev. Maxwell now favors twitter over his blog for interaction with his readers.)