The World of Christianity
Barely two millennia old, Christianity boasts over two billion adherents, almost a third of the world's population. With a 2,000-year history of evangelism, expansion, and renewal, the sheer number of sects, communities, and traditions it embraces can be hard to keep track of. Fortunately, Christianity has kept up with the times and found its way to the Web. You can learn about it, practice it, and keep up to date with the Christian faith daily online.
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With such diversity of beliefs, practice, and culture in the Christian faith, it's no surprise that Christians have a lot to communicate and share with one another. As a result, Christian blogs have become an increasingly popular form of discussion. Browse these Christian blogs to learn about the lesser-known traditions of Quakers, for example, or to discuss and discover other varied Christian perspectives on culture, politics, art, and more.
- The blogosphere can be a rude place, even in the religious community; people communicate things they would never say face-to-face. Be prepared to encounter this kind of behavior when surfing, and be especially mindful of the blogs your children might be reading.
- To find more Christian blogs, explore the blogrolls (lists of the author's favorite blogs) on the Christian blogs you already enjoy.
For a directory of Christian blogs ...
The Church Directory
is just that; a free-for-all directory of Christian blogs, sponsored by The Evangelical Outpost blog, listed below. Look on the right tab for the Christian blogs that suit your particular interests.
For some interesting Christian blogs ...
is an apolitical blog that reports exclusively "Jesus-related" news. Daily posts alert readers to anything that is happening in the world of Christianity. The site also has links to book recommendations, news, and user polls.
The Evangelical Outpost
is a blog that reflects on culture, politics, and religion from an Evangelical Christian worldview. Author Joe Carter may criticize Al Gore, give advice on how to find a preacher, or wax romantic with guidance for a great Valentine's Day. He has a knack for weaving a humorous tone into an unwavering commitment to the Evangelical perspective.
The Lamb's War
is the blog of a young Quaker man living in Indiana. His writing is honest, clear, and emotive as he reflects on the struggles and joys of his relationship with the Church and provides wisdom valuable to people of all ages.
provides a guide to the best Quaker blogs. There is a "blogroll" on the left of the screen where you can select blogs by topic such as "Simplicity" or "Sexuality" or "Activism." The site does not reference every Quaker blog, but it lists more than a few.
is a group blog written by the editors of Touchstone magazine, who together include members of all three major divisions of Christianity (Catholicism, Orthodox, and Protestant). The blog, soberly and intelligently written, focuses primarily on matters of the Church and on secular affairs when relevant to Christianity.
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