Max Parish, a good friend currently working on his B.A. in Philosophy, has (finally!) launched a blog: Common Christianity promises to be a "clear bell in a foggy swamp." Be sure and read his excellent introductory post.
Also worth bookmarking is the brand new Fornari Team Blog: very lively - and very yellow. (Caleb is also blogging his investments and trading: fascinating, and completely over my head.)
Gene Redlin of The Northern Gleaner blogs prodigiously about all sorts of interesting and inflammatory topics, and through him I found Steve Scott, who is blogging from the pew.
In the Milblog arena, I've been following Acute Politics, who along with Michael Yon is an excellent narrative writer. Some may think it strange that I read these sorts of sources, being the dyed-in-the-wool pacifist nut that I am. Oh well. It makes sense to me, but I can't exactly explain why. Perhaps that's another post.
I'm sure many are tired of my oft-repeated mantra "blogging thrives on community." But it does, so I'll say it again. Thanks to all of you who have been or are becoming part of the conversation.
Were the Bereans living in the internet age, I'm sure they would be blogging up a storm.
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