- A Blast From The Past – by Mike Dash. Bits and pieces of odd and interesting history from the author of Batavia’s Graveyard and Tulipomania.
- kateantiquity – Posts about religion, daily life, women and family in the ancient world.
- The Petrified Muse – By Peter Kruschwitz, Professor of Classics at the University of Reading, with comments on the ancient and modern world.
- Sarah E. Bond – writes about the classical world (ancient Greece and Rome).
- The Atlantic – the only print magazine to which I still have a subscription (although it’s on my Kindle). I am unlikely to find pieces like this anywhere else. The feeds are available here.
- Foreign Policy – (Foreign Policy Magazine).
- Relevant Magazine – the online and print magazine “covering faith, culture and intentional living” for Christian twenty and thirty-somethings (yeah, I’m a LOT older…)
Origins and Cosmology
- Biologos – presenting an evolutionary understanding of God’s creation.
- Musings on Science and Theology – posts by a chemistry professor.
- Twighlight Beasts – “…a team of four who share a passion for the wonderfully weird beasts of the Pleistocene.”
Religion and Philosophy
- Andrew Larsen – a Covenant Church pastor who consults “…with churches and non-profit groups seeking to understand the “other” (particularly Muslims) and empower peacemaking initiatives.”
- Gary Thomas – author and speaker seeking to foster spiritual growth and deeper relationships.
- Jayson D. Bradley – posts by a pastor who writes on the church and social engagement.
- Jesus Creed – by Scot McKnight, Professor of New Testament at Northern Seminary in Lombard, Illinois. Writes about the Church, culture, the New Testament, early Christianity, and the historical Jesus.
- Mockingbird – a publishing site dedicated to “connecting the Christian faith with everyday life.” A little bit of everything.
- Theological Miscellany – thoughts and reflections by the faculty and friends of Westminster Theological Centre.
- rethink – reflections on the Church and culture by Chase Hill and Jeffery Curtis Poor.
- Tim’s Blog – Just One Train Wreck After Another – An eclectic mix of posts seeking to remind visitors of Jesus.
- Unsystematic Theology – by Kyle Roberts, an author of “essays on Kierkegaard and modern theology.”
- intelligence2 Debates – encouraging “…audiences to “think twice” on a wide range of provocative topics.”
- Joel D. Hirst’s Blog – Gritty observations by a novelist and playwright, and a first-hand observer to the mess in Venezuela.
- Primitive Technology – A regular guy in Queensland, Australia who makes “…things in the wild completely from scratch using no modern tools or materials.” And posts videos about the process. Definitely worth watching.
- Rough Type – by Nicholas Carr, who writes on technology, culture and economics. He is the author of “The Shallows” which I strongly recommend reading.
- TED Blog – if you don’t know what TED is by now…
And a Comment
I track well over 100 feeds. Selection for listing here should not be taken as a statement of agreement with everything that appears in them.