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November 05, 2004

Red States vs. Blue States vs. The State of “God-Blogs”

I Wish I Made Half as Much Money Blogging As Darren RowseThere are echoes of Tim Bednar in this interesting article from Salvation Army Australia’s WarCry magazine, entitled “In blog we trust”:

“‘From what I have seen God-blogs have a very bright future as more and more people grow comfortable using the net and speaking up. They have become a viable part of the blogosphere and will continue to be so. ... ’

“If there’s a key to their success, Bene Diction continued, then it’s in the ‘understanding we {Christians} are learners and listeners. My blog is less a soapbox than a safe haven. But it is also a place where the world is welcome. I like that dichotomy.’”

Amen to that.

[Link via the IFC newsletter.]

Posted by Steve K. at November 5, 2004 12:32 PM


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