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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)

Sunday, June 19, 2011

The Blessing that is the Methoblogosphere

Methoblogger Dale Tedder listed his top ten favorite Methodist blogs yesterday... and yes, full disclosure... this post is in part shameless self-promotion in that Dale listed me in his top ten. But his post got me to thinking about something I have thought about many times: what a wonderful place the Methodist blogosphere has become from its infancy several years ago.

The Methodist bloggers have become a large a diverse bunch of folks. The posts and discussions are often thought-provoking and you can certainly count on various points of view and opinions. I love being part of the Methoblogosphere and am grateful for all the Methobloggers and the perspectives they bring to the blogosphere.

Near the top of my blog in the left-hand column I have a blogroll of the latest posts from the Methodist bloggers. I have the roll set to list the ten latest posts, but if you click on the "show all" tab at the bottom of the blogroll it will open a list of all the Methobloggers I have linked. I invite you to check out the list daily. There's much good stuff available for your edification.

If you are a Methodist blogger and I have not linked you into the Methodist blogroll, email me at arbevere(at)yahoo(dot)com or post your link in the comment thread of this post, and I will make sure to add you to the list.

I am being truly sincere when I say that the Methoblogosphere is quite a blessing.


Ken Schenck said...

Can I be an honorary member? ;-)

Allan R. Bevere said...

Yes... it's not limited to UMs. All Methodists are welcome. I had you in my other blogroll, but I can list you in this one instead.

Ken Schenck said...

I'm a Methodist wannabe ;-)