Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Blogs that interest you

It's time once again to ask readers to comment with links to blogs they enjoy and think others might as well. In a continuing effort to expand the resources this blog uses for content it helps quite a bit to have new blogs, news sites, etc. to pull from. So, comment away!

17 comments:

  1. (*takes a deep breath...)

    Just Genesis
    Mystagogy (I see you already have this listed)
    Simply Orthodox
    Orthodox England Events Blog
    On Behalf of All
    Orthodox Bridge
    Again and Again
    Orthodox Word Blog
    Glory To God For All
    Handmaid (on Wordpress)
    Orthodox Collective
    Finding the way to the heart
    OODE (Orthodox Outlet for Dogmatic Enquiries)
    Discerning Thoughts
    Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy

    The above in no particular order.

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    1. Put the links in and I'll add them to my reading list. :)

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  2. JF - Christ is Risen, Y'all! Would you please remove my blog Cometh at Midnight? I have not updated it for ages and I don't want to leave a poor pathetic abandoned blog on your links list that will just encourage someone to click on it expecting updated and edifying content. Muchos gracias!

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  3. oooh I forgot something. Can you add the blog of a new convert that I recently stumbled on? It's called Jeremiah Was a Bullfrog (and then he became Orthodox). Quite a mouthful but he's got an interesting blog and works a lot of Tolkien into his posts. That's got to be worth a read.

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  5. Okay -

    http://jandyongenesis.blogspot.com/
    http://simplyorthodox.tumblr.com/
    http://www.events.orthodoxengland.org.uk/
    http://onbehalfofall.org/
    http://orthodoxbridge.com/
    http://frmilovan.wordpress.com/
    http://orthodoxword.wordpress.com/
    http://glory2godforallthings.com/
    http://thehandmaid.wordpress.com/
    http://www.orthodoxcollective.com/ http://findingthewaytotheheart.blogspot.com/
    http://www.oodegr.com/english/index.htm
    http://thoughtsintrusive.wordpress.com/
    http://orthodoxyandheterodoxy.org/

    I'm not tech-inclined, so I was using the formula "Description" to make them active links, unfortunately this was not allowed as I got an HTML error saying that the attribute "FOR" was not allowed. Where was my mistake?

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  6. Well durn - it worked for "Description"! SMH

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  7. -Orthodox Ecclesiology & the World
    @ http://nstanosheck.blogspot.com
    -Gladsome Light Dialogues
    @ http://dialogues.stjohndfw.info/
    -A Russian Orthodox Blog
    @ http://www.pravmir.com/

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  8. I believe many readers on the Internet may want to read a blog called Theology and Society, because it provides current articles and commentaries on a variety of religious topics.

    Readers can access it @ theologyandsociety.blogspot.com.

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  9. http://badvestments.blogspot.com/

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    1. http://www.soundingblog.com has frequent updates from a variety of Orthodox authors.

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  10. I don't believe he's Orthodox (nor am I, but doesn't stop me from loving and blogging about it) but Michael Landsman is a scholar and a cigar lover who has a great understanding of the Church Fathers (http://yearsofmysojourning.wordpress.com/)

    The priest who runs this loves poetry and doesn't update his blog enough: http://janotec.typepad.com/terrace/ as of right now he's going through Athanatius and commenting. Really fun to read for an ex-aspiring theologian.

    Orthodox Northwest, because I'm homesick: http://orthodoxnorthwest.wordpress.com/

    Also, not Orthodox, but Christian Historian Rachel Fulton is my former professor and a lover of Tolkien, Fencing, and still has time to be one of the preeminent experts on monasticism. She blogs at http://fencingbearatprayer.blogspot.com/ and http://medievalmorality.blogspot.com/

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  11. Thanks for the posts. Keep 'em coming!

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  12. I'm a little biased because she's my wife, but I love to read her blog. It's mostly reflections on life as a stay at home mom and as an Orthodox Christian
    http://michellelouise88.blogspot.com

    I also like http://afkimel.wordpress.com/

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