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A Weblog Dedicated to the Discussion of the Christian Faith and 21st Century Life
I do not seek to understand that I may believe, but I believe in order to understand. For this also I believe, –that unless I believed, I should not understand.-- St. Anselm of Canterbury (1033-1109)

Thursday, December 28, 2006

Websites We Can't Live Without!

Time.com has listed its 25 websites we can't live without.

Although there are a few sites listed I would never miss, the list in general is quite good. I would personally add WatchBlog and OpenSecrets.

Are there websites or blogs you cannot live without (figuratively speaking, of course)? Please post your comment.


Kurt M. Boemler said...


That should cover it.

gavin richardson said...

other than the shopping websites i'd say that this was a pretty good list for me

Ted M. Gossard said...

I guess the computer and going to certain blogs and sites has become a way of life for me. I would realize just how much, if it were taken away.

I especially appreciate getting information, that used to be hard to get even at the library in years past, but is now at our finger tips.

And I like blogs of bloggers who are well informed or thoughtful. Your blog, Allan, is definitely one of them I like to turn to regularly.

It's not just info I like, but I like the fellowship, as well. I wish this was stronger in blogging, because for me, it's really not just exchanging ideas and truth, but engaging in a fellowship or life exchanging conversation, together. This, I think, is kind of just there, in blogging. But I wish it was as important as the other aspect(s).

Allan R. Bevere said...


Thanks! I enjoy your blog as well; and I agree-- it is the fellowship of bloggers that develops that has come to mean so much to me. It is quite interesting how I can begin to feel close to someone I have never met personally, but as people share ideas and personal experiences, we begin to see others in the blogosphere as more than just impersonal individuals sitting on the other end of a computer.

It would be quite interesting for someone to write a theological account of blogospherial fellowship!