It is now the time for me to return the complement. This post response might be a little late but here are my nominations for Thinking Blogger Award.
- Ben’s Faith & Theology. This blog never failed to stimulate my thinking. I learn a lot from Ben on how to run a good blog. His theological posts almost always fuel up a lively discussion from a large diversity of people. Guest posts by Kim Fabricius et al add to the fascination that this blog has to offer. Moreover, his friendliness, generosity and humility radiate from his blog which I guess is what makes his blog more interesting.
- Dr. Jim West and his self titled blog. I have my own questions with the fundamentalism of my own denomination. I need some answers. I stumbled upon this blog and it seems he has answers to things that question the stance of the majority of people in my own denomination. A lot of people disagree with him, but I found myself agreeing to most of his posts especially posts that challenge the established SB doctrines.
- Patrik’s God in a Shrinking Universe. This blog actually inspires me to start my own blog. . His ideas like Theology World Cup and Canon of Theology Books are really helpful. His theology of decline series is relevant. He gives me motivation to read Paul Tillich which I always think is impossible to decipher.
- Frank’s Freedom Log. He blogs about his ministry and theological studies. He blogs about his personal experiences in worship. He posts his reflections about theologies and theologians. Jurgen Moltmann is his favorite theologian and we share this interest.
- George’s That Strange Feeling. A fellow Filipino. He writes about anything. His critical thinking about the system of education and politics in my country is something that made me think all the time. For a layman, he has a deep and profound theological thinking that surpassed the most trained pastors. For me, he is a good thinker and he is a keen observer of Philippine culture and current issues.
- If, and only if, you get tagged, write a post with links to five blogs that make you think.
- Link to this post so that people can easily find the exact origin of the meme.
- Optional: Proudly display the ‘Thinking Blogger Award’ with a link to the post that you wrote.