... limiting my blog consumption to no more than 5 blogs by people I don't know very well or to whom I am not related. This may become one of the kosher rules of techno-Sabbatarianism.
I'm committed to:
22 Words (Abraham Piper's blog -- updated at least daily but never more than twenty-two words, random, incarnational, provocative and helpful seeds from a guy in a knit cap who I've seen twice at Town Hall now)
leithart.com (Peter Leithart's thoughts on scripture, philosophy, theology, politics, etc -- heady and oft updated but worth working through or, if time does not permit, skimming for gems from the author of Against Christianity)
Baxter's Ongoing Thoughts (C. Baxter Krueger's thoughts on theology, Christian culture, the church, etc. -- well written articles by the author of The Great Dance, updated less frequently)
a time to tear downA Time to Build Up (Peter Enns's reflections on the Bible and contemporary Christian faith -- a historical-critical slant the author of Inspiration and Incarnation)
From there on, however, I can't decide between
Jesus Creed (Scott McKnight exploring the significance of Jesus and the orthodox faith for the 21st century)
internetmonk.com (Michael Spenser dispatching from the post-evangelical wilderness)
Desiring God Blog
or the next best thing that might come along.
Any suggestions? What else do you all read that I might find inspiring?