The Best of the Best Around the Net
One of my passions is bridge-building, connecting, and highlighting other ministries and ministry resources—so that the Body of Christ is built up and Christ is magnified (Ephesians 4:15-16). My weekly post, The Best of the Best Around the Net, links you to blog posts that provide robust, rich, and relevant insights for living. Check out the following links you can trust.
Top 100 Christian Websites
Kent Shaffer at Church Relevance has posted his Spring 2010 Top 100 most influential Christian websites/blogs. He uses a series of metrics to assess which Christian blogs are the most read. Fascinating. And with links to every blog.
TULIP is the common acronym for the “five points of Calvinism.” John Piper at Desiring God (the # 1 most influential Christian blog in the world—see above) explains that there is so much more to a Reformed/Calvinistic way of thinking about life. Read about a God-saturated, Christ-centered, and Bible-based worldview at Beyond Five Points.
How to Review a Book
As someone who has reviewed over 500 books, I’m always open to learning how to write a better review. Tim Challies is the preeminent Evangelical book reviewer. And he’s listed by Shaffer (see above) as the second most influential Christian blogger in the world. Tim posts some very helpful pointers about How to Review a Book.
Preachers Who Are Not Believers
Jonathan Edwards Fans
Join the Conversation
Of my Best of the Best Around the Net, which post impacted you the most? Why?
What blog posts have you read this week that you want to share with others?