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Friday, April 28, 2006

Friday Top Ten Shout-Out 

If you are a regular consumer of the blogosphere, you probably have noticed the proliferation of the blogroll (a list of links to other blogs or websites that the author of the blog regularly likes to read.) You may have noticed that mine is relatively short and sometimes stagnant. I have my reasons. Last week, I wrapped a puzzle in with my weekly top ten. Today, I'd like to include a little commentary on blogrolling vis-à-vis 2 Corinthians 6:14.

That particular passage is frequently applied exclusively to marriage. While I think the principle is an excellent one to consider in weighty choices such as that, I think we sell the Scripture short when we overlook the many other areas in life where we are called to "be separate". These verses speak of things like partnership, fellowship, accord, sharing your portion, agreement. In some way, I think this can speak to the associations that we make on the web.

Other than laziness and snobbery, this is a reason that I have been hesitant to add people to my blogroll. I want to be cautious about to whom and to what I "permalink". It's also a concern that I have about, but that's a post for another day. Now, with the caveat that I do not endorse, agree with, or otherwise approve of the content at the other end of these hyperlinks, I think it's high time I share with you the

Top Ten Blogs I Compulsively Check
  1. Joshua Mack - God Change
  2. Scott Adams - The Dilbert Blog
  3. Steve Camp - CAMPONTHIS
  4. Christian Cryder, et al - See Life Differently
  5. Bob Kauflin - Worship Matters
  6. Dave Weigel - David Weigel
  7. Justin Taylor - Between Two Worlds
  8. Dan Edelen - Cerulean Sanctum
  9. Tim Challies - Challies Dot Com
  10. Jason Estock - You Know What They Say About Opinions...
I was thinking about putting a little commentary on each one and why I visit, but why spoil your fun? Check them out yourself and see what draws me to them. Oh, and by the way, the answer to last week's quiz will be evident if you read the post by one of these bloggers from April 20.

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Wow! Thanks for the high ranking.

I'm honored that anyone's still with me after the big host and software transition!

Blessings on your blogging.


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