Saturday, September 21, 2013

Tell Us About Your Blog

Sometimes blogging can be a little discouraging. Followers are few, or they have dwindled. Comments are less frequent. You start to wonder if you might be wasting your time and energy. You begin to think that you should go back to butterfly collecting or learn to play the ukulele. Maybe your blog is growing in readership or you have just started blogging three days ago.

Whatever the situation, you should list your blog in the comment section below! Tell us about your blog and create a link so we can visit. New blog or old, we want to be informed of what's out there. Who knows? You just might pick up a few loyal readers along the way.

25 comments:

  1. http://www.jrshaving.blogspot.com/ is my shaving blog. I think I have no readers. It is a record of my journey into wet-shaving. Shaving is fun again. Eddie, I love your blog. I am the other reader.

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    1. Your blog Is a cut above the rest of most of the shaving blogs,

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  2. Http://confessingbaptist.com we provide Reformed resources from a 1689 perspective. Plus a podcast.

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    1. Very nice, indeed. 1689 was a really good year.

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  3. For years now kansasbob.com has been my place to share the inane, insane and inspirational intuitions that run through my heart and mind. I have posted over 100 reviews of movies and have been known to, on occasion, share a few sanctimonious thoughts.

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    1. Bob, your blog is always a pleasure.

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    2. Back atcha Eddie! Thanks for the opportunity to share!

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  4. Thanks for making this space available for blogvertising. String Too Short to Tie is eclectic, a potpourri, one-never-knows-what-he-might-get sort of blog. http://vanilla-ststt.blogspot.com

    I keep telling myself I do it for my own entertainment whether or not it is read by anyone else.

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  5. I will drop linkage to TWO blogs, neither of which is really a blog in nature, as they are not meant for discussion, but only for subscription.

    Daily Westminster provides daily readings that take you through all of the Westminster artifacts (confession, catechisms) in one year (according to a schedule by Joey Pipa).

    In a similar vein, Daily Confession provides daily readings that take you through all of Westminster, and also all of the Three Forms, in one year.

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    1. Opps! I messed up the correction to those links! How about if I forget the HTML and just give the addresses:

      http://dailywestminster.wordpress.com

      http://dailyconfession.wordpress.com

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    2. Thanks, RubeRad. Good reference material to keep bookmarked.

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  7. Eddie, I've followed you for a long time. I'll also confess to not being very consistent of late in leaving comments; which is very similar to my own blog––very few comments!

    http://www.aclutteredmind.org/

    Yes, it is quite cluttered up in there: full of thoughts, convictions, opinions, book reviews, lots of pastoral ministry stuff, on occasion a silly rant from a small church pastor and lots more. Keep up the good work, brother.

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  8. A potpourri of everything interesting. Good stuff!

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  9. Reformed Reactions is my blog. I often react to other things I read in the blogosphere, but sometimes put unreferenced articles up. While not always explicitly Reformed, the soteriology of Dortian Calvinism is always in the undercurrent.

    My most recent series has been on Understanding the Bible more Deeply.

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    1. A lot of effort. I know you will reap the benefits.

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  10. On my blog, I generally write about art and entertainment from a Christian perspective, often from my experiences as a writer. Right now my main focuses are reviews and how Christians should view the horror genre.

    My blog is: http://jonathangarner.blogspot.com/

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  11. We post things related to Presuppositional apologetics, Christian worldview and Reformed Theology =)

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    1. Love your blog, brother. Will return there often.

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  12. Ex Kage Lumina || http://kagelumina.wordpress.com/

    A famous man (we are to this day not sure who) once said, ‘For evil to prevail, all that is required is for good men to do nothing.’ I think it’s the same for error. But every age has its Athanasius’s, and in every age they will always be ‘contra mundum.’ These are the confessions, exegesis, apologetics and polemics of one who will stand for the memory of the morn, till the day star rise…

    That is the introduction I have posted on my blog. I would say, it is about actually living the Reformed life, as opposed to merely existing as an anti-Arminian, as a reaction; as well as defending the Reformed faith. A sort of cross between Augustine's Confessions and Tertullian's Apology. Also, I will be publishing my books for free digitally there, once they are finished D.V.

    Thanks Ed!

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    1. That was Edmund Burke who made that statement. He also said, "Those who don't know history are destined to repeat it".
      Thanks for sharing your blog with us!

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