Updated: 27th June 2009
Below are other Blogs that I recommend. The exclusion of a Blog from this list does not mean that i think it is useless and/or otherwise lame. It simply means any of a number of things, such as I don’t know of it yet, haven’t got around to adding it yet or it doesn’t achieve the level of excellence I have in my mind in order to include it here (which also doesn’t necessarily mean that I think mine is better or that it is bad). It may be that I dislike it immensely. I’m just saying don’t jump to any conclusions if I haven’t revealed a reason for not including a Blog here.
Also, because a Blog is located in the list below doesn’t mean that I necessarily agree with everything within its borders.
Generally speaking, I only intend to include Blogs here that I obviously like for one reason or another, and that I rate as being very good for some particular reason. Blogs that do little for me (even though what they say may be right and proper) will most likely not make it to, or stay, on this list. It is after all is said and done, my list and not another’s 🙂
If you know of a Blog that you think I should consider for inclusion here, please let me know about it by emailing me at email@example.com .
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My Other Blogs
KEVIN’S WALK ON THE WILD SIDE:
This is a Blog that deals with wilderness and environmental issues, as well as my travels into the natural world (national parks, etc).
PARTICULAR BAPTIST STUDIES:
This is a Blog I started in order to make available to a wider ‘audience’ the Bible Studies that I have put together, including the links to PDF formats of the study notes, the Outpost Study Bible, Bible Study Resources, etc. The idea behind the Blog is to provide some useful Bible Studies to those who have limited access to useful material, to encourage fellowship in the wider church, to provide a forum for ‘cyber’ discussion, etc.
AT THE BOOKSHELF:
This is a Blog about books I have read, am reading and have added/or are adding to my websites. It provides an opportunity to share my reading activities with others, while also inviting their feedback and comments.
TRACING OUR HISTORY:
This is a Blog that provides me an opportunity to share my family history research with family members and friends, as well as providing an opportunity for interaction and communication with my widely dispersed family, etc.
The author of this Blog is Scott Oakland, the pastor of the New Beginnings Evangelical Church in Seekonk, Massachusetts, USA.
BETWEEN TWO WORLDS
The author of this Blog is Justin Taylor of Wheaton, Illinois, USA. He describes his Blog as being ‘a mix of theology, philosophy, politics and culture.’ This is a Highly Recommended Blog!
Contributors include Phil Johnson, Dan Phillips, Frank Turk and Pecadillo. This is a Highly Recommended Blog!
FOUNDERS MINISTRY BLOG
The main author/contributor to this Blog is Tom Ascol, the executive director of Founders Ministries.
The main author/contributor to this Blog is Michael Haykin at the Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies. The Blog contains many posts regarding church history. This is a Highly Recommended Blog!
BAPTIST HISTORY AND THOUGHT
This Blog is about Baptist history and books.
This is the Blog of Tony Reinke. It is a Blog about Christ-centred living and theology.
Pulpit Magazine is published online by the ‘Shepherd’s Fellowship.’ They publish a new article each week day. Contributors include John Macarthur, Phil Johnson, Nathan Busenitz, Nathan Williams and others from such organizations as The Master’s Seminary and Grace To You. This is a Highly Recommended Blog!
REDEEMING THE TIME
The author of this Blog is Kirk Wellhum. He is the principal of Toronto Baptist Seminary and lectures on Biblical Studies, Pastoral Theology and Systematic Theology.
REFORMED BAPTIST FELLOWSHIP
Contributors include Richard Barcellos, Mark Chanski, Alan Dunn, Bob Gonzales, Jim Renihan, Jim Savastio, Jeff Smith, Geoffrey Thomas, Sam Waldron and James White.
This Blog is all about Reformation Theology. It is best to see the Blog’s ‘about’ page to get an insight into what this Blog is about: http://cal.vini.st/about/
Rebecca is the author of this Blog and is based in Yukon, Canada. I included this Blog for women who might be interested in a woman’s perspective (of a man that might also be for that matter).
This is a Blog by one of the daughters of an old friend of mine.
The author of this Blog is Tim Challies, a Reformed Blogger, Author and Web Designer.
DESIRING GOD BLOG
The authors and contributors of this Blog include John Piper and others from the Desiring God ministry.
THE REFORMED READER
This is a Blog all about Reformed books. Contributors are Andrew Compton and Shane Lems.
INSTITUTE FOR NOUTHETIC STUDIES BLOG
This Blog is concerned with ministry both in the pulpit and out of the pulpit (Biblical Counselling). Contributors are Jay Adams and Donn Arms.
THE RESURGENCE BLOG
The Blog of Mars Hill Church.
http://www.theresurgence.com/md_blog (the Blog of Mark Driscoll)
This Blog is about Preaching and Preachers, with various contributors.
This Blog is authored by a mother (Carolyn Mahaney) and her three daughters (Nicole Whitacre, Kristin Chesemore and Janelle Bradshaw). They post about Biblical womanhood and ‘other fun things.’
Other of Interest – Christian
ONE SALIENT OVERSIGHT
The author of this Blog is from Newcastle, Australia – I sort of know him (a little).
This Blog is fairly self-explanatory – it is provided for a bit of light relief (perhaps).
Check out ConfessingBaptist.com
Thanks P.K. for including me with these great blogs. We can all use a laugh now and then and there is not that much out there for Calvinists…well, except for all the lousy theology that keeps appearing.
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If indeed people are being paid money to convert to Christianity, then this is a practice not known to true Christianity and it is to be condemned. I certainly do not support such activity. Such ‘evangelists’ would be false evangelists who carry a false gospel.
Regardless of this fact, there is no place for the violence being carried out against Christians, true or otherwise. Those who are false Christians having been paid and/or paying others to become so, should be dealth with in a manner according to justice and the rule of law. Certainly they should be exposed for their behaviour by the presentation of clear and unquestionable evidence.
Even if people choose to become some brand of false Christianity by receiving payments, surely that would be of there own choice, of which they are responsible for making and should bear the shame of their own falsehood when exposed. It certainly doesn’t warrant the type of behaviour currently being exhibited within India by Hindu extremists and their supporters.
Again, if people choose to freely follow Christ and become Christians it is their choice to do so and people have the right to share their faith with others. If people choose to become Christians as a result of the witness of Christians, it is again their choise to do so.
Christians choosing to share of their wealth with those of lesser means have a right to do so if they wish, as those who receive it have a right to reject it should they choose, accept it should they wish to without accepting the Christian message of the gospel should they choose to or to accept it and the message that Christians bring to them should they choose to do so.
The ungodly behaviour being exhibited by many Hindu extremists and their followers does nothing to convince anyone of the ‘legitimacy’ of Hinduism, only to demonstrate its falsehood (as you would say Christianity is I would expect – if you don’t believe in something you clearly believe it to be false) and cause more people to consider the Christian message backed up with acts of compassion and understanding.
I am an Indian Hindu from a town called Rajahmundry. Hindus are mostly tolerent as well as inquisitive about religions. So, as such if people wish to follow any religion (praying to God of their definition) is very acceptable to Hindus. There are many Hindus who may have a child who becomes a sikh.
However what I find in my town, the converted christians know nothing about christianity. They wait for a white priest from a foreign country to come to our town and give a lecture, the organizer makes a big amount of money, he uses a small portion of money to convert some people by paying them. This racket is what I am against. These people are also taught to say ugly things about Hindus.
All of these occur in my town in the name of christianity. That type of Christianity should be avoided by all good people of the church.