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Number One: Biblioblogs

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Readers searching for the best weblogs focused upon biblical studies really need to save themselves a huge amount of time and just bookmark Biblioblogs. This site hosts the very best weblogs dedicated to sound biblical study. Visit them, and often.

Number Two: Out of Ur

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Out of Ur is a weblog affiliated with Christianity Today and Leadership Journal. Ur focuses upon serious and relevant issues concerning Evangelical Christianity. This blog should be in your Feed/News Reader, especially if you too are concerned with Evangelical issues.

Number Three: Faith Lifts

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A themed devotion site dedicated to issues relevant to Christian women. Faith Lifts announces a new theme each month, and during that month all posts written are based on that theme. Guest/featured contributors and regular contributors participate in the work. Faith Lifts is a wonderful and biblically sound blog resource for Christian women.

Number Four: Jesus Creed

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The bio of this weblog say it all. So, directly from the bio, I give you Scot McKnight: “Scot is a widely-recognized authority on the New Testament, early Christianity, and the historical Jesus. He is the Karl A. Olsson Professor in Religious Studies at North Park University (Chicago, Illinois). Scot McKnight is a member of the Society of Biblical Literature and the Society for New Testament Studies. He is the author of more than twenty books, including the award-winning The Jesus Creed: Loving God, Loving Others (Paraclete, 2004), which won the Christianity Today book of the year for Christian Living.”

Number Five: Resurgence

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Mark Driscoll’s Blog. Mark is the founder and teaching pastor of Mars Hill Church in Seattle, Washington, co-founder of the Acts 29 Network. Mark can be a bit controversial, but he is well worth reading. Mars Hill has been deemed one of the 50 Most Influential Churches in the country.

Number Six: Tall Skinny Kiwi

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Tall Skinny Kiwi is authored by another blogger who needs no introduction: Andrew Jones. Tall Skinny Kiwi is one of the most recognizable “Emergent Conversation” weblogs on the Internet. It is an incredibly well written blog and is chock-full of personal faith snippets, institutional challenge and Christian inspiration. Tall Skinny Kiwi is a must read for Christians.

Number Seven: Transformatum

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Scott Kennedy’s Transformatum is inspired by Romans 12:1-2. Scott writes in his about page: “It is my prayer that I would be transformed by the renewal of my mind and not by the passing fashion of this age – that my life would be determined and reshaped by knowledge of the gospel and the power of the Spirit.” Scott’s weblog illustrates his broad application of this prayer to every imaginable aspect of his life. He write about everything from Vespers to basketball. It is incredibly inspirational.

Number Eight: SonSpring

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Nathan Smith is an incredible web developer and designer. He is a very, very recognizable activist for “Good Church Web Sites.” How is your church’s web site? Is it about 10 years behind the times? Not sure? Visit Nathan. He will help you and your ministry achieve the web presence required of this 21st century.

Number Nine: Real Live Preacher

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Real Live Preacher needs no introduction. Gordon Atkinson’s weblog is one of the most recognizable in the Christian blogosphere. Gordon is also the minister at Covenant Baptist Church in San Antonio. Need a Real Live Preacher? Do visit Gordon!

Number Ten: A Place for The God Hungry

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Jim Martin writes a really accessible weblog at A Place for The God Hungry. Those looking for articulate thoughts, reflections and discussions regarding the practicalities of the Christian life need search no more. Jim writes about all of it as well as anyone out there.

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