As with most blog websites, much of what I write is inspired not only by real life issues, but also by reading others’ stuff and thinking about what I have read in relation to my own ideas.
Here, then is a list of links to the blogs and other sites I visit – some more than others – so that you can check them out too. You’ll notice there is a heavy emphasis on Grace in most of these sites; other than saying that, I’ll not put any comments about the sites; I’ll just let you form your own impressions.
Jesus Without Baggage
Refreshing, realistic, scholarly and yet very down-to-earth, Tim Chastain’s ‘Jesus Without Baggage’ website is well recommended by myself and others. Be warned: you could spend a whole day here reading Tim’s stuff…
The Evangelical Liberal
Some great, honest posts by Harvey Edser, a British Christian who is not afraid to ask questions…
Escape To Reality
Great website containing the teachings of Paul Ellis, New Zealand pastor.
All Set Free
Blog of Christian writer Matthew Distefano, a very insightful young man who really ‘gets it’.
This is the Patheos website of scholar and writer Dr. Ben Corey. Hard-hitting critique of the harshness and the un-Christlike errors of Christian fundamentalism.
Music in Every Sound
Website of Christian blogger Emma Higgs
Let Me Be Foolish
Website of Christian blogger Christy Wood
Website of Susan Cottrell, a big-hearted affirmer, advocate and adviser for LGBTQI+ people and their families.
Patheos blog and forum for people outside Fundamentalism. Or for those still trapped in Fundamentalism and who are looking for their freedom. A breath of fresh air.
Upbeat page of acceptance and Grace with blogger and pastor Carlos Rodriguez
Legendary Christian musician Don Francisco
David Matthew – Christian Teacher and Writer
David has a varied and wide-ranging website, especially recommended for his widely-read scholarship and gentle heart. David is a personal friend of mine.
Very Small Rocks
Interesting and sometimes provocative articles on legalism-free Christianity
Done With Religion
Jim Gordon’s page on living the Christian life outside the walls of traditional Christianity