Tom Gilson

New Christian Blogs in 2010

Many thanks to bloggers who have responded to my call for a list of new Christian blogs in 2010. I will feature several of them, but not until after New Year’s Day. Traffic here always slows down the week before and after Christmas, so I’m going to wait until we can expect more visitors.

The invitation is open until January 7. If you have (or know of) a Christian blog that started up in 2010, please leave a comment either here or at the original thread with a link to your favorite post of the year. Meanwhile, here in no particular order are the responses so far, linked to the page provided in those responses. For whatever my view is worth, I’m impressed with all of them:

(Blogs that are not specifically Christian, that were begun more than about a year ago, or that have commercial purposes will not be included in the invitation mentioned here, though. I reserve the right to exercise my own judgment on blogs I include.)

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3 thoughts on “New Christian Blogs in 2010

  1. Merry Christmas Tom, SteveK, Holopupenko and everyone else.
    God bless you all this holy season and in the new year.

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