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Thinking blogger award

A deacon by the grace of God has tagged me for a Thinking Blogger Award which means that I have to tag five other blogs that make me think. One difficulty is that many of my blogging friends have already been tagged for this, so I’ll have to think quite hard to find someone who hasn’t been tagged already.

First, the Rules:

1. If, and only if, you get tagged, write a post with links to 5 blogs that make you think;
2. Link to this post so that people can easily find the exact origin of the meme;
3. Optional: Proudly display the ‘Thinking Blogger Award’ with a link to the post that you wrote (here is an alternative silver version if gold doesn’t fit your blog).

Now, the Blogs (in random order):

  • Circle of pneuma – Reflections on life, spiritual growth, spiritual dialogue, spirited action on today’s pressing issues, and challenging complacent conformist consumerist forms of Christianity.
  • The ScrivenerSympathy for the befuddled, the bookish & the believing
  • Glory to God for all things – Life, journey of faith, Orthodox Christianity and religion in culture.
  • Notes from a commonplace bookCommon-place Book: n. a book in which common-places, or notable or striking passages are noted; a book in which things especially to be remembered or referred to are recorded.
  • +Seraphim’s Journal – an amazing collections of thoughts and jottings inspired by literature, art, places and friends, by an Orthodox bishop

Like the originator of the meme, I find MyBlogLog useful for keeping contact with blogs that make me think, so I also challenge those I’ve nominated to join MyBlogLog if they haven’t already done so! You can see how it works in the “Recent Readers” widget in the sidebar on the right.


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2 thoughts on “Thinking blogger award

  1. Tauratinzwe on said:


    I appreciate your blog and it stimulates me to think also.

  2. philjohnson on said:

    Thanks for the nomination of my blog and to be included in a list where the Orthodox tradition is handsomely represented (with me as the “outsider”).

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