98 Top Christian Blogs + 2 more

Another list of the 98 Top Christian Blogs. HT: ChurchCrunch.  I know there are many variables that go into these lists and one should take them with a pinch of salt. But they are also a good introduction to what’s out there. This one seems to be a list of Protestant Christian blogs which again is not the whole picture. But worthwhile anyway.

Tallskinnykiwi makes the list. Nice explanation. Thanks you guys!

Also, for your attention, Open Source Theology up high on the list. Well done, Andrew Perriman! I had a drink with Andrew last month in Germany and he gave me his latest book which brings a fresh challenge to contemporary thinking on Romans. I blogged it but didn’t get much response. Maybe you should take another look.

2 more Christian blogs that should be on the list, to bring the total to 100 [why 98???] are both underrated but worthy blogs:

1. Jonny Baker runs a much better blog than me but without the American audience needed to push his numbers up, it ranks lower than it should. Jonny’s blog is an overflowing dam of worship resources and he has just released a book called Curating Worship.

2. Jordon Cooper has blogged from the very beginning and then before that. He and I used to have the top Christian blogs in the world for a number of years.  Jordon has bucked the trend to blog solely on a single topic, or to allow his blog to become a pimping station for the book industry, and instead offers a holistic, real, honest window into his life and mind. Its about football and Jesus and food and whatever is ACTUALLY GOING ON in a blogger’s life. That’s how a good blog should be. I wish my blog was more like that.

3. And of course the blog of Scot McNight, whose rapid-fire theological blogging from the hip raised the bar for everyone. Scot’s blog has just moved [again] to here. Hey Scot, changing URLs is never good for rankings. But we all know your blog rocks so don’t worry.

OK that’s 101. I’ll stop there.


Andrew Jones launched his first internet space in 1997 and has been teaching on related issues for the past 20 years. He travels all the time but lives between Wellington, San Francisco and a hobbit home in Prague.


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