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web Forbidden Gospels Blog
"An Op-Ed blog by April DeConick, featuring discussions of the Nag Hammadi collection, Tchacos Codex, and other Christian apocrypha (but mostly just the things on my mind)."
http://forbiddengospels.blogspot.com/
•  Bible -- Apocrypha
•  Religion -- Blogs
web PM Notes
A blog by Lutheran pastor Matt Richard.

http://www.pastormattrichard.com/
•  Lutheran Church
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Thompson, Andrew C.
Prof. Thompson teaches at Memphis Theological Seminary.

http://www.andrewthompson.com/
•  Methodism
•  Theology
•  Religion -- Blogs
•  Personal home pages and CVs
web Goodacre, Mark
Prof. Goodacre teaches at Duke University.
http://www.ntgateway.com/about/mark-goodacre/
•  Bible -- N.T.
•  Personal home pages and CVs
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Bock's Blog
A blog by Bible professor Darrell Bock (Dallas Theological Seminary).
http://blogs.bible.org/bock/
•  Bible
•  Christianity
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Feser, Edward
Prof. Feser teaches at Pasadena City College.
http://www.edwardfeser.com/home.html
•  Philosophy and religion
•  Personal home pages and CVs
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Calvinist International
A "forum for research, resourcement, and renewal of Christian wisdom" maintained by conservative Calvinists.
http://calvinistinternational.com/
•  Presbyterians
•  Religion -- Blogs
•  Theology
web German for Neutestamentler: A Blog Devoted to the Translation of German New Testament Scholarship
A blog by Wayne Coppins of the University of Georgia.
http://wmcoppins.wordpress.com/
•  Bible -- N.T.
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Faith and History: Thinking Christianly about the American Past
"Faith and History is the blog of Robert Tracy McKenzie, professor and chair of the Department of History at Wheaton College."
http://faithandamericanhistory.wordpress.com/
•  United States -- Religion
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Fathers Know Best, The
A blog relating to a book of the same name by Jimmy Akin, which provides an overview of the early Christian theologians.
http://thefathersknowbest.com/
•  Christianity -- Early church
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Jainpedia Project Blog
"Jainpedia is a five-year project to create an online, accessible resource for the Jain community and beyond. This will be a first for Jain heritage as there is no other online public resource that has worked with the key holders of Jain artefacts in the UK or worldwide."
http://blog.jainpedia.org/
•  Jainism
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Century Blog
The blog of the Christian Century magazine.
http://www.theolog.org/
•  Christianity
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Sarcastic Lutheran
A blog by Nadia Bolz-Weber, an emergent Lutheran pastor.
http://www.sarcasticlutheran.typepad.com/
•  Lutheran Church
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Patheos: Balanced Views of Religion
A site that offers articles and links to blogs about religion in the world today.

http://www.patheos.com/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Blogs
•  Religions
web Big Questions Online
"BQO aims to ask and explore the Big Questions of human purpose and ultimate reality, with a focus on science, religion, markets, morals, and the dynamic intersection among them." A blog funded by the Templeton Foundation.
http://www.bigquestionsonline.com/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Nothing New Under the Sun
A Barthian theological blog.
http://nothing-new-under-the-sun.blogspot.com/
•  Barth, Karl, 1886-1968
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Per Caritatem
A blog by Cynthia Nielsen focusing on the history of western philosophy and theology. It's motto is taken from Augustine: "there is no entrance into truth except through love."
http://percaritatem.com/
•  Philosophy and religion
•  Theology
•  Religion -- Blogs
web PaleoJudaica
The blog of Jim Davila, focusing on early Jewish history.
http://paleojudaica.blogspot.com/
•  Judaism
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Faith and Theology: A Blog for Theological Scholarship and Contemporary Theological Reflection
Maintained by Australian theologian Ben Myers.
http://faith-theology.blogspot.com/
•  Religion -- Blogs
•  Theology
ejournal Immanent Frame
"The Immanent Frame publishes interdisciplinary perspectives on secularism, religion, and the public sphere. TIF serves as a forum for ongoing exchanges among leading thinkers across the social sciences and humanities, featuring invited contributions and original essays that have not been previously published in print or online."
http://blogs.ssrc.org/tif/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and politics
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Judaism Online
"Hand picked Jewish articles, MP3s, and videos."
http://www.simpletoremember.com/
•  Judaism
•  Religion -- Blogs
web PsyRel
A blog by Michael Nielsen.
http://psyrel.blogspot.com/
•  Religion and psychology
•  Religion -- Blogs
web New Testament Resources
This site offers information on New Testament Greek, Exegetical Method, Translation, Textual Criticism, LXX and Other non-NT Koine Greek, Biblical Theology and Exegesis, Biblical Language Fonts, etc. Maintained by Rod Decker.
http://ntresources.com/blog/
•  Bible -- N.T.
•  Bible -- N.T. -- Greek language
•  Religion -- Blogs
top site web Get Religion
This site critiques how religion stories are covered in the mainstream press.
http://www.patheos.com/blogs/getreligion/
•  Religion and journalism
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Truth and Charity Forum
"The Truth and Charity Forum is an online publication of Human Life International, dedicated exclusively to the sacredness and gift of all human life, the mission and vocation of the family, and the right to live in accord with our Catholic faith."
http://www.truthandcharityforum.org/
•  Abortion -- Religious and moral aspects
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Called to Communion
A blog and web site maintained by former Reformed Protestants who have become Catholic.

http://www.calledtocommunion.com/
•  Catholic Church
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Peace Theology
"This blog is operated by Ted Grimsrud for the purpose of considering issues of war and peace, violence and nonviolence, from a Christian theological perspective . I teach theology and peace studies at Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg, VA."
http://peacetheology.net/
•  Anabaptists
•  War and peace -- Religious aspects
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Bonhoefferian, The
A Bonhoeffer blog.
http://dietrichbonhoeffer.wordpress.com/
•  Bonhoeffer, Dietrich, 1906-1945
•  Religion -- Blogs
top site web Religion in American History
"A group blog to foster discussion and share research, insights, reviews, observations, syllabi, links, new books, project information, grant opportunities, seminars, lectures, and thoughts about religion in American history, and American religious history."
http://usreligion.blogspot.com/
•  United States -- Religion
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Cornerstone Forum
"Emphasizing the anthropological uniqueness of the Judeo-Christian tradition, and especially the Christian Gospels, the Cornerstone Forum is concerned with today's cultural and spiritual crisis, and with more accurately assessing its underlying dynamics and historical significance, its perils and its promises. The Institute distributes audio and video tapes and books, and helps arrange and coordinate the speaking trips and workshops that Gil Bailie, the Forum's president, gives around the country." Bailie is the author of a book entitled Violence Unveiled.
http://cornerstone-forum.org/
•  Girard, Rene, 1923-
•  Religion and violence
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Imaginative Conservative
"The Imaginative Conservative is an on-line journal for those who seek the True, the Good and the Beautiful. We address culture, liberal learning, politics, political economy, literature, the arts and the American Republic in the tradition of Russell Kirk, T.S. Eliot, Edmund Burke, Irving Babbitt, Paul Elmer More, Wilhelm Roepke, Robert Nisbet, M.E. Bradford, Eric Voegelin, Christopher Dawson and other leaders of Imaginative Conservatism."
http://www.imaginativeconservative.org/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and politics
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Garver, Joel
Prof. Garver teaches at La Salle University.
http://www.joelgarver.com/
•  Personal home pages and CVs
•  Philosophy and religion
•  Religion -- Blogs
web C.S. Lewis Review
"The C. S. Lewis Review is an online journal designed to stimulate reflections on the life, work, and influence of Clive Staples Lewis, and other Christian writers and thinkers who represent significant linkages to the tradition Lewis exemplified of Christian scholarship and imaginative writing. The editor is Professor Bruce Edwards at Bowling Green State University."
http://www.cslewisreview.org/
•  Lewis, C.S., 1898-1963
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Libraries in Churches
This site offers information regarding the management of church libraries, as well as access to a listserv on the topic. Maintained by S.C. Brouwer.
http://libraries-in-churches.blogspot.com/
•  Theological librarianship
•  Religion -- Blogs
web TheoLib
A blog on theological librarianship, maintained by Jack Ammerman.
http://digilib.bu.edu/blogs/theolib/
•  Theological librarianship
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Eastern Christian Books
A blog featuring notes on recently published books relating to Eastern Orthodox Christianity, maintained by Adam DeVille.

http://easternchristianbooks.blogspot.com/
•  Orthodox Eastern Church
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Women in Theology
"WIT is written from an anti-kyriarchal Christian ecumenical theological perspective by graduate students in theology. We hope that our diverse theological perspectives and many ways of naming our commitment to the full social, political, economic, domestic, and ecclesiastical equality of women can emerge through this collaboration. Within this collaboration, some of us self-identify as feminists and others do not."

http://womenintheology.org/
•  Women -- Religious aspects
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Cranach: The Blog of Veith
A blog by Christian author Gene Veith.
http://www.patheos.com/blogs/geneveith/
•  Lutheran Church
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Blogs
web New Liturgical Moment
A source for blog comments and news items relating to liturgy in the Catholic tradition.
http://www.newliturgicalmovement.org/
•  Liturgics
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Generous Orthodoxy
This site, related to the ministry of Fleming Routledge, seeks to build bridges between mainline and evangelical forms of protestantism.

http://www.generousorthodoxy.org/
•  Preaching
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Resources for Christian Theology
This site offers essays by Douglas Knight on various topics in ecclesiology, theology, and ethics. Authors discussed include John Zizioulas, John Webster, Robert Jenson, Oliver O'Donovan, Colin Gunton, Karl Barth, and others.
http://www.resourcesforchristiantheology.org/
•  Theology
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Rhetoric Race and Religion
A blog, maintained by Andre Johnson at Memphis Theological Seminary.

http://rhetoricraceandreligion.blogspot.com/
•  African Americans -- Religion
•  Religion and rhetoric
•  Religion -- Blogs
top site web Religion & Culture Web Forum
"The Martin Marty Center's Religion and Culture Web Forum is an online forum for thought-provoking discussion on the relationship of scholarship in religion to culture and public life. Each month the Marty Center, the research arm of the University of Chicago Divinity School, invites a scholar of religion to comment on his or her own research in a way that 'opens out' to themes, problems, and events in world cultures and contemporary life. Scholars from diverse fields of study are invited to offer responses to these commentaries."
http://divinity.uchicago.edu/martycenter/publications/webforum/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Roads from Emmaus
"Roads from Emmaus is the personal weblog of the Rev. Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick, pastor of St. Paul Orthodox Christian Church of Emmaus, Pennsylvania, and host of the Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy and Roads from Emmaus podcasts."
http://roadsfromemmaus.org/
•  Orthodox Eastern Church
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Reformed Blacks of America
"Reformed Blacks of America, Inc. is a center that seeks to build and maintain an infrastructure and network among African-Americans in a Reformed theological context for indigenous leadership, church growth and theological research for today's world."
http://reformedblacksofamerica.org/
•  African Americans -- Religion
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Leithart, Peter
Prof. Leithart teaches at New Saint Andrews College.
http://www.leithart.com/
•  Religion -- Blogs
•  Personal home pages and CVs
•  Theology
web JCRT Live
"Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory conversations on what is current and compelling."
http://jcrt.typepad.com/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Blogs
web LiberalEvangelical.org
"LiberalEvangelical.org aims to empower Christians who see themselves as radical moderates and to offer resources to Christian congregations who intend to be both Christ-centered and creatively inclusive. These Christians and congregations have both liberal and evangelical instincts, they find polarized political and relgiious debates alienating, and they are inspired by Jesus' own example of radical inclusiveness and by his preaching of a love that transcends ideological and theological divisions."
http://www.liberalevangelical.org/
•  Evangelicalism
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Codex: Biblical Studies Blogspot
"My musings on Biblical Studies, Biblical Hebrew, Dead Sea Scrolls, Septuagint, Popular Culture, Religion, Software, and pretty much anything else that interests me!" The blog of Tyler Williams.
http://biblical-studies.ca/blog/index.php
•  Bible
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Dawn Patrol
The blog of Catholic author Dawn Eden. Her primary foci are healing after sexual abuse and living chastely in a lax society.

http://dawneden.blogspot.com/
•  Catholic Church
•  Sexual ethics -- Religious aspects
•  Religion -- Blogs
top site ejournal Religion Dispatches: Critical Analysis for the Common Good
"Religion Dispatches is a daily online magazine dedicated to the analysis and understanding of religious forces in the world today, highlighting a diversity of progressive voices and aimed at broadening and advancing the public conversation."
http://www.religiondispatches.org/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and journalism
•  Religion -- Blogs
•  Online Magazine/Newsletter
web Desiring God
The blog of pastor John Piper.
http://www.desiringgod.org/Blog/
•  Evangelicalism
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Smith, James K.A.
Prof. Smith teaches at Calvin College.
http://www.calvin.edu/~jks4/
•  Personal home pages and CVs
•  Philosophy and religion
•  Religion -- Blogs
web vonspeyr.net
A blog, maintained by Matthew Lewis Sutton, that focuses on the work of Adrienne von Speyr.
http://www.vonspeyr.net/
•  Spirituality
•  Religion -- Blogs
top site web Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean
"Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean is both my blog and main webpage, providing an entryway into my websites and publications on social and religious life among Greeks, Romans, Jews, Christians and others in the Roman empire. Philip A. Harland, Assistant Professor, York University, Toronto."
http://www.philipharland.com/
•  Ancient Near East
•  Bible
•  Christianity -- Early church
•  Judaism
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Politics of the Cross Resurrected
A blog by theologian Craig Carter, an Anabaptist with an interest in Augustine, Aquinas, and the Catholic tradition.
http://politicsofthecrossresurrected.blogspot.com/
•  Anabaptists
•  Theology
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Views on Theological Librarianship
A blog by Blake Walter, library director at Northern Seminary.
http://theologicallibrarianship.blogspot.com/
•  Religion -- Blogs
•  Theological librarianship
web Earliest Christian History
The blog of James Crossley, who teaches Christian origins and early Judaism at the University of Sheffield.
http://www.earliestchristianhistory.blogspot.com/
•  Christianity -- Early church
•  Religion -- Blogs
web theologicaleducation.org
"This site is about best thinking and best practice in theological education. This site has four main divisions: A regular blog posted  by Graham Cheesman on issues in theological education; A library of  articles, notes and conference addresses by Graham Cheesman; A similar library of papers and other material written by students and associates of the Centre for Theological Education."
http://theologicaleducation.org/
•  Theological education
•  Religion -- Blogs
web NT Gateway Weblog
Maintained by Mark Goodacre.
http://www.ntgateway.com/category/blog/
•  Bible -- N.T.
•  Religion -- Blogs
web kata ta biblia
"This is a blog exploring the New Testament and early Christianity from the perspective of an Anabaptist academic, while also exposing my own curiosities about the strange journey to academia. The title is Greek and literally means 'according to the books.' For me, it represents the journey to explore the meaning found within texts, particularly the New Testament." Maintained by Patrick McCullough.
http://patmccullough.com/
•  Bible -- N.T.
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Preachin' and Plowin'
A blog about Christian ethics and agriculture.
http://pap.memphisseminary.edu/
•  Environmental ethics -- Religious aspects
•  Preaching
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Biblical Theology
A blog maintained by Matt Harmon of Grace Theological Seminary.
http://www.matthewsharmon.com/
•  Bible
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Professorial Verbosity
"This site contains posts that provide reflections on topics of contemporary culture and theology by a religion professor on a Christian college campus." Maintained by Brian Hartley.
http://religionprofessor.blogspot.com/
•  Religion and culture
•  Theology
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Experimental Theology
"Welcome to the blog of Richard Beck. I am a college professor and experimental psychologist with research interests in the psychology of religion. The title of this space -Experimental Theology- comes from two places. First, given my training I try to integrate theology with data from the experimental social sciences. Second, many of the essays you will find here are theological experiments."
http://experimentaltheology.blogspot.com/
•  Religion and psychology
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Piety, Marilyn
Prof. Piety teaches at Drexel University.
http://mgpiety.com/
•  Kierkegaard, Soren, 1813-1855
•  Philosophy and religion
•  Personal home pages and CVs
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Walton, Jonathan
Prof. Walton teaches at Harvard Divinity School.
http://www.jonathanlwalton.com/
•  African Americans -- Religion
•  Personal home pages and CVs
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Lifestream
This ministry focuses on reaching out to persons who feel alienated from traditional "churchiness." It emphasizes personal relationships with Christ and with other human beings. Headed by Wayne Jacobsen.
http://www.lifestream.org/
•  Christianity
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Hypotyposeis
"Named after Clement of Alexandria’s lost commentary, Hypotyposeis is a blog devoted to exploring topics relating to Christian origins, especially from historical, literary, and philological perspectives. The creator of Hypotyposeis is Stephen C. Carlson, who is currently in the Graduate Program in Religion at Duke University."
http://hypotyposeis.org/weblog/
•  Bible -- N.T.
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Homiletical Sensings
"Homiletical Sensings are my perspectives on preaching mediated through my lived experiences." Maintained by Tim Sensing, Professor of Homiletics at Abilene Christian University.
http://blogs.acu.edu/sensingt/
•  Preaching
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Cardinal Sean's Blog
A blog authored by Sean O'Malley, Cardinal Archbishop of Boston.
http://www.cardinalseansblog.org/
•  Catholic Church
•  Religion -- Blogs
ejournal Reformation 21: The Online Magazine of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals
"Reformation 21 is an online magazine (ezine) created to serve, edify, and educate Christians by presenting an authoritative reformed perspective, while embracing various denominational positions, on a variety of relevant historic matters, current issues, and thoughtful positions that inform, inspire, and challenge Christians to think and grow biblically."
http://www.reformation21.org/
•  Evangelicalism
•  Online Magazine/Newsletter
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Miriam's Tambourine
A blog by Tiffany Hall McClung at Memphis Theological Seminary.
http://mirtam.memphisseminary.edu/
•  Pastoral ministry
•  Preaching
•  Religion -- Blogs
web New Media Project at Christian Theological Seminary
"Our purpose is to help the church interpret theologically the massive changes in communication and technology occurring today, and to create a constructive framework to help pastors and religious leaders employ new digital media in ways that strengthen faith communities. Read the blog posts and our theological essays for more of our hunches and ideas about all of this." Maintained at Christian Theological Seminary.
http://www.cpx.cts.edu/newmedia
•  Ecclesiology
•  Religion and journalism
•  Religion -- Blogs
top site web Catholic Moral Theology
"We are a group of North American Catholic moral theologians who come together in friendship to engage each other in theological discussion, to aid one another in our common search for wisdom, and to help one another live lives of discipleship, all in service to the reign of God.  We understand our role as scholars and teachers to be a vocation rooted in the Church and so we seek to place the fruits of our training at the service of the Church,  as well as the academy and the world.  We recognize that we as a group will have disagreements, but want to avoid the standard “liberal /conservative” divide that often characterizes contemporary conversation, as well as the bitterly divisive tone of so much ethical discussion (particularly on the internet). We therefore endeavor to converse with each other and others in a spirit of respect, charity, and humility."
http://catholicmoraltheology.com/
•  Catholic Church
•  Christianity -- Ethics
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Political Theology Today
This site offers a blog relating to political theology, essays, and related resources.
http://www.politicaltheology.com/blog/
•  Social ethics
•  Theology
•  War and peace -- Religious aspects
•  Religion -- Blogs
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