Top Ten religion blogs on Blogs.com: Check ‘em out…

posted by David Gibson

Blogs.com asked me to compile a list of the Top Ten blogs on religion on the web–no easy task, and I’m David Gibson, not David Letterman. Nonetheless, check out my take–and feel free to leave suggestions or criticisms. (Need I add the latter?)
Top Ten Religion Blogs at Blogs.com:
Dallas Morning News
Spiritual Politics
Get Religion
Religion News Service
Theolog: The blog of The Christian Century
First Things
Michael Paulson’s Articles of Faith
Frank Lockwood’s Bible Belt Blogger
Cary McMullen’s Scriptorium

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Travis Stark

posted November 27, 2008 at 12:52 pm

This is great, I like your choices as I’ve been to a few before. You should post this to my buddy’s site or anyone can make their own at http://www.toptentopten.com/. Hopefully more people see it, and find some religion.

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Adriana Muller

posted October 4, 2012 at 10:18 am

I have written a book about politics and religion, who would like to chat about it?

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