What are your favourite Christian Blogs?

(Luca) #1

I am looking for some blogs to read!

(Randy) #2

Randalrauser.com/blog/ is one of mine. I look forward to other suggestions. Thanks. (It is not my blog though we share a first name)


Larry Hurtado’s scholarly blog, @Reggie_O_Donoghue’s Rider on the Clouds, this one, and Faithful Philosophy (my own).

(Christy Hemphill) #4

Scot McKnight: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/jesuscreed/
Pete Enns: https://peteenns.com/
Michael Bird: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/euangelion/
CT’s Women’s blog: https://www.christianitytoday.com/women/
Ed Stetzer on CT: https://www.christianitytoday.com/edstetzer/
Rachel Held Evans: https://rachelheldevans.com/blog/

(Jonathan) #5

If you are looking for a christian evolutionary blog, here is the one of @swamidass: www.peacefulscience.org.

@jammycakes also has a blog: https://howoldistheearth.wordpress.com/

If you are interested in a YEC blog, feel free to check out: https://www.ce-debate.org. :wink:

Come to think of it, there are actually quite a few bloggers on this forum…

(Andrew M. Wolfe) #6

@Christy stole most of mine. Scot McKnight’s is particularly good because he has a regular science blogger, RJS, who writes thoughtfully and is both (1) deeply concerned with faithfulness to Scriptures and (2) pro-EC. They also have a good comments section, or at least they used to when I visited there more frequently. This is rare, as you know.

A voice that I really appreciate who occasionally shows up here is @Joel_Duff over at https://thenaturalhistorian.com/. What I like about Joel is that he dives deep into both the data and the YEC literature, and is able to show, with respect to particular phenomena, that the YEC position is weaker than the EC position. When dealing with these sorts of worldview / paradigm issues, it’s so easy to get lost in the weeds of philosophy and presuppositions and which authorities you trust and this and that — but Joel cuts down to the marrow and deals with specific data. I love it!

(RiderOnTheClouds) #7
  1. Remythologized
  2. Naked Bible/Paleobabble
  3. Shadow to Light
  4. Hump of the Camel
  5. Faithful Philosophy
  6. Ancient Hebrew Poetry

No particular order of preference

(Phil) #8

Many of my favorites have been mentioned. Ialso like “Preventing Grace” which is nothing about science, but appeals to my sense of sarcasm

(Randy) #9

Here are some podcasts/blogs (more podcasts; disregard if you only want blogs I really like:

On Script :

Phil Vischer of Veggie Tales (actually quite deep at times, but mostly lead by Skye Jethani, who was with Christianity today: https://philvischer.com/

Christianity Today: