Friday, January 28, 2005


I guess that's what I have been checking out lately. It's amazing to get a tiny taste of HOW MANY BLOGS are out there! Even just considering the number of blogs from Christian homemaker/home-minded, anti-feminist, conservative Christian's astounding and, frankly, exciting.

I always wanted to have an underground publication of some type. (I am such a geek!) In high school I tried briefly to organize one, but quickly had the depressing realization that I didn't have anything earth-shattering to tell everyone. I just wanted the thrill of subversive, underground publishing. If we had had blogs then (in the early 90s) I would have been all over it!

Anyway, without further ado--I've been enjoying the following blogs:

Molly's Three Pennies Worth
Carmon's Buried Treasure
Amy's Humble Musings

Most of the blogs I have read are Reformed, and I am not. Can we still be friends?


Anonymous said...

Hey--it's Molly (from three pennies) and I'm not Reformed either! :o)
I'm not really sure WHAT I am--"just" in Christ, I guess.
I'm not an Armenian, but I'm also uncomfortable with some of the things in 5 Point Calvinism (not uncomfortable personally, mind you, but from a Scriptural perspective). Nonetheless, I have many Reformed friends and really enjoy the high level of *thinking people* that the Reformed church seems to put out! ...Hope they still like me when they figure out (if they haven't already) that I ain't one! *grin*
Anyways, just letting you know that I've put your link up on my main site:
(scroll down and click on BLOGS)
Blessings to you,

Kristen said...

Molly--I hear you and totally agree. I prefer just "Christian" or "disciple of Jesus" rather than other labels I've come across. I wind up being dissatisfied with them. Anyway, I reject the 5 points of Calvinism and find them patently unBiblical, but I don't think that means those who believe those 5 tenets aren't saved, of course.

I'm so glad I've found some similar voices in the blogdom. :-p


Amy said...

Friends 'til the end, Baby.

Yours humbly,

Coffee and a Muffin said...

Kristen, thank you for adding my blog to your sidebar! I'm enjoying yours, too, and will add your link to mine. You might enjoy getting to know Samantha at

She's into creating her own zine and you may find her to be a kindred spirit. You would've found her eventually, as she's on many of our sidebars.


Kristen said...

Thanks so much! :)