Thursday, June 7, 2007

Thinking Blogs

I got tagged by Andrew in the thinking blogger meme. My job is to tag 5 blogs that get my head moving. I guess I am not suppose to tag Andrew since he tagged me, but you should still check his out if you haven't.

1. Pop Theology: This is blog by a couple theology and culture Phd students. One of them, Ryan Parker is not only super-sweet but does actual theological reflection of film. The kind of reflection you won't take just to youth group, but to actual discussion with adults.

2. The Parish: This is Greg Horton's blog. It is always interesting and candid. He often says what I would say if I had the fortitude he did. The comments are also good on his blog.

3. Knightopia: Steve is not only a passionate christian but greatly underestimates his own ability to think theologically. Not only that but he is actually a thinker and nice at the same time, something I try to emulate.

4. Greensboro Abbey: Zach's journaling here is exciting and refreshing for many of us baptists who freak out when we read most baptist theology blogs. Though it's a new blog, it is very engaging for the reader.

5. Leron Shults: I always think when Leron speaks. After reading through Pannenberg's Systematic Theology last summer I have been attracted to his students who are working for a more postmodern theology and since he has a blog he is my favorite.

Alrighty there you have. Go, Read, Think


Theron Mathis said...


Here's a great "thinking" Orthodox blog. Fr. Stephen has written a lot on the practical implications of the Incarnation. He posts about everyday and there is rarely a bad post. Also he went to Duke, but don't hold that against him.


Theron Mathis said...

Here's one more for you that's usually a little over my head...although that's not hard.

Tripp said...

hey theron
i have added them to my blog reader. i just found out that the Orthodox Priest in High Point use to be in a Tooth and Nail Christian Hardcore band. so i guess you can go Orthodox for the theology or the sweet gothic outfit.

Will Elliott said...

I like your list Tripp. Very interesting reading!

Theron Mathis said...

you may be right about the goth stuff...redemptive goth...those black outfits and beards are fitting...

I think I remember tooth & nail. Check this out: