Pass Me a Blogroll?

THE BLOGROLL for this site now has more than 180 entries. I’ve heard of a comprehensive Adventist blogroll project in the works, but until then, I’m hoping if possible to make this one the most complete available. If you know of any I’ve missed, please note it in a comment to this post. And of course, I’d be delighted to have this blog added to your own blogroll.

I do tend to avoid listing those blogs where no new posts have been added for the better part of a year, those that seem to be more in the MySpace/chat-ring genre, and those created by local churches.

But the existing roll reflects a wide variety of voices: theology, Adventist news, commentary on the wider religious and political scene, personal spirituality, former members, gender and environmental issues, Bible study, home-schooling mothers, the creative arts, both youth and older members, both those protective of the old wineskins and those eager for new wine, skilled laborers and scholars, bloggers from America and all other parts of the world—truly an amazing kaleidoscope of people wishing to communicate and connect.


5 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by johram voom on June 7, 2007 at 9:48 am

    Good job! It really is the largest Adventist blogroll I’ve yet to come across.



  2. This blogroll really is helpful in getting an idea of who is out there.


  3. Very nice list. Looks like I’ve got lots of blog visiting to do!


  4. You have quite a collection!

    BTW: You link for the blog “Adventist Confession & Healing” is invalid.


  5. Thanks for the heads-up on the invalid link, Brent. I’ve fixed it, so it should be up again.


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