Tuesday, April 6, 2010

The Thirsty Theologian (religion)



AMAZON SUBSCRIPTION LINK: The Thirsty Theologian, by The Thirsty Theologian

WEB ADDRESS: http://www.thirstytheologian.com/

BLOG DESCRIPTION: Reformation Theology, reflections on the Christian faith, and a little humor. Desiring to glorify God in and for all things, to edify the saints, and to proclaim the Lord’s death until He comes (1 Corinthians 11:26).

MY REVIEW: This blog goes further than Bible verses, although you find them here, with in-depth discussions following them.

The author dedicates days of the weeks to certain messages. For instance, Monday he tries to say something “original and profound”, Friday is dedicated to “dishing out capitalist wisdom to nurse us (U.S. Americans) through the present Marxist captivity of our beloved republic”, he posts “nothing important” on Saturday, and of course Sunday is the Lord’s Day. This is the blogger’s pulpit and he uses it. If you agree with him and seek his knowledge, you will like this blog. He posts regularly, almost every day.

Another blog that I think looks better on the Kindle.
Sample post:
My biannual facelift wasn’t scheduled until June, but with Spring in the air, I’m in the mood for something fresh right now.
This upgrade is more than just a new look. It represents a whole new mindset, one that is more positive, upbeat, and optimistic. I’m sure I’ve benefited in some ways from the reading I’ve done to bring you the content to which you’ve become accustomed, but really, enough is enough. Those old, dead theologians were good, as are the living who follow in their footsteps, but there comes a time to move on and embrace the present, with a cheerful eye to the future.

So I’m leaving the past behind, and beginning a new journey. My traveling companions will be today’s prophets of hope. In the coming months, if you join me, we’ll be soaking up the optimistic wisdom of great contemporary thinkers like Joyce Meyer, Creflo Dollar, and Joel Osteen.

I look forward to embarking on this new adventure, and sharing new insights with you daily. Will you join me?

--Further Notes from the Road
--Odd Thoughts . . .
--Lord’s Day 14, 2010
--Giveaway: The Holiness of God (2)
--Life Interrupted
--A New Direction
--Eternal Life and the Merit of Works

Ann Currie writes two blogs of her own:
My Life a Bit South of Normal
Silver Pieces: The Strange and Peculiar

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