Thursday, February 25, 2010

Wanted: Calvinistic Blogs

The Blogger platform has finally added a "page" feature that you can see from the links listed above. I've created a blog roll page that currently sits empty.

What I need for you to do is reply to this post with a link to your Calvinistic blog.

Do you have to link to ReformedVoices.com in return?
No, but it would be really nice of you if you did :)

-Phil

85 comments:

Brandon said...

Here's the link to my blog Living Hope http://my-livinghope.blogspot.com/ I've been following Reformed Voices for awhile now. Keep up the good work.
God Bless,
Brandon

5ptsalt.com said...

http://5ptsalt.com

Matt Johnson said...

Really enjoy your blog!

Mine is http://John1-37.blogspot.com

I'll be updating to add a link to yours.

Matt Johnson

rick said...

I think I'm a Calvinist but as you know I'm also an amillenialist. Does that disqualify me?

Certainly every time I confront something I think is an error I get called a Calvinist regardless of the relevancy to the issue. Seems that should be worth something ...

Les said...

Great that Blogger came around. Here is my blog link. I will make sure you are on my links as well.

http://faithandlife.posterous.com/

Scott Autry said...

http://www.fishforchrist.com/blog.php

pastorbbc said...

http://www.bayviewbaptist.org/templates/System/details.asp?id=21617&PG=xCast&LID=3305

Blog of Dr. Cary Paulk, Pastor/Leading Elder of Bayview Baptist Church, Norfolk, VA

thelightheartedcalvinist.com said...

Reformed Voices was on our original list of "Swell Sites" and remains there today: http://thelightheartedcalvinist.com

Frank Rollberg said...

wwwsavedbygrace.blogspot.com

Here is my blog and a link to reformed voices is on already and has been for awhile.

God Bless

Jason Smathers said...

http://blog.witnessesuntome.com/

Blessings,
Jason

Layman Harry said...

I am puzzled to see this post out there for eight hours with no takers. I am a follower, so I read this post early this morning and I've been waiting patiently for someone else to go first. But one of my readers wrote to urge me to jump in.

I write Colorado Layman ( www.coloradolayman.com ). I would be honored to be be listed on your site. My blog is only a few months old and my audience is small, mostly members of our congregation. We are a small confessional reformed church in Denver, CO, not affiliated with any denomination.

I know there is often confusion about exactly what one means when claiming to be Calvinist. Let me clarify that for me and my blog by pointing you to our teaching on the Doctrines of Grace", in five parts.

I am wondering if you will accept nominations for other blogs whose owners may not be familiar with Reformed Voices? Or perhaps you would prefer an email so that you could send them a personal invitation and introduce your blog to them.

The Bible Christian said...

Here's my link

Enjoy your site very much

Lenny

Greg Gibson said...

Thanks Phil!

www.JesusSaidFollowMe.org

dale mcalpine said...

Philip, I would like to return the favour when you sent me Justification and Regeneration free. How can I serve you brother ?

- dale

Henry Middleton said...

"Thoughts on Apologetics and Theology" - http://thoughtsonapologetics.blogspot.com/

Scott Doherty said...

Here is a link to my reformed blog: http://2alltheworld.blogspot.com/

I have followe you guys for a while and love your blog. I will put a link to you. Thanks

Pastor Jim said...

I know you already have my blog posted on your website -- which I greatly appreciate --- but count me in!

Grace and peace,

Jim Mc.

http://www.salvationbygrace.org/blog/blogger.html

lunchboxsw said...

http://lunchboxsw.wordpress.com

Matthew said...

Here's my blog:

crossthought.wordpress.com

Thanks!

Dr. Michael Kear said...

http://christhauntedworld.blogspot.com/

Big Al H said...

Phillip, really love your blog, great resource for reformed teachings. Thanks brother.

Here is a link to my blog:

http://reformed-at-last.blogspot.com/

Gayla said...

Here's my blog:

Journey of the Heart

www.heart-journey.blogspot.com

Gayla said...

Oh, and I already link to Reformed Voices! Love it!

inolongerlive said...

Here is my link to my blog....www.inolongerlive.com
Thanks so much keep up the good work!

Joseph said...

My blog isn't centered around reformed theology (although there are some articled on it on that vein and I myself am reformed in my theology. My blog exists primarily to challenge Christians to pray for a renewal in the church.

Here is the link...

http://zionslament.org

Reforming Baptist said...

Cool, I'll add you to mine:

www.reformingbaptist.blogspot.com

Jay.M.Nair said...

RV is already in the blogroll at my blog.. http://beaconoftruthministries.blogspot.com/

Good to know that the new pages feature enables you to have a menu on the blog.. you could have done this even before.. still good.. Keep up the good work.. your blog is always refreshing, every time I visit.. Your labor in Christ is not in vain..

Stephanie said...

http://adjustmythoughts.blogspot.com/

Bill said...

Hi, Philip.

As you know, my blog is not much to look at, and I have not done much with it, as I stink at web technology, am currently involved with other things, and must confess to a laziness when it comes to learning web technology.

Anyhow, here's the blog:

http://wwwbillsblogbygod.blogspot.com/

Emanuel said...

Phil May God bless you , and fill you with his peace& joy in all you do....FOR HIS GLORY
SDG
Rom.11.36
Emanuel
gggdirect.org

JeremyT said...

http://truthproclaimed.com

Andy said...

Here's a link to my blog. I've just started. I'm only four posts in.

http://andycontramundum.blogspot.com/

Ryan Gill said...

here's mine

http://ryanthecalvinist.blogspot.com/

Wayne Dawg said...

Great site!

Here is mine

dawgonthelawn.blogspot.com


I'll add yours to mine

Thanks

Marvin Torgeson said...

I try to put my thoughts together and blog them. Someone might find edification there.

http://reformedevangelist.blogspot.com/

Marvin

Charles said...

Thanks for the invite! I have referred to your site before and try to keep up with as many as time allows! Here is my relatively new Reformed blog: cjts3rs.wordpress.com

Citizen4Nobody said...

www.thideology.com

justificationbygrace.com said...

I'm grateful for your site.

haveing only Calvinistic blogs, my main site is...

http://justificationbygrace.com


Blessings to you,

jon cardwell

Michael Adams (ReformedEvangelist) said...

Thank you for your diligent work.

My Blog is:
http://reformedevangelistmichael.blogspot.com/

Thanks in advance...

ReformedThinker said...

I have already for sometime had you on my blogroll. I enjoy reading your blog.

Mine is robert, Restless and always reforming. www.robertcastillo.org

Aaron said...

Hey there - Blogging Theologically, http://hardwords.wordpress.com

Enjoying the blog. Thanks!

Feeble Saint said...

I hope there's still room for me!

http://newdemonstration.com
http://we.are.feeblesaint.com

Always indebted, brother.

I pray you are doing well.

Keep resting in Christ, Phil.

-JM

Ben said...

I have two blogs I'd appreciate you consider adding:

Christianity, Post-VHS
http://www.postvhs.com

A Glimpse of Reality
http://davenporter.wordpress.com

Thanks! Ben

Morris Brooks said...

My blog site is
http://morris-pressingon.blogspot.com

Bernard Rosario said...

http://thrownscabbard.blogspot.com/

Justin Bond said...

Here you go brother! Just started but plan to post every Monday Lord willing!

http://reformed1689.solideogloria.com/

Beloved Manelle said...

http://belovedtulip.blogspot.com/

toequipthesaints.com said...

This is really encouraging in the world where most Calvinists have very little places to call home. Here is my Calvinist/trying to be biblical blog. - toequipthesaints.com

Gregg said...

Gospel Driven Disciples

http://www.gospeldrivendisciples.blogspot.com

Thank You!

Mr. Lynch said...

http://www.sixmonthbible.com

William said...

This is a link to my ministry blog site... Reformation and Revival Ministries...

http://www.reformationandrevival.com

You have a great site. Keep it going! Soli Deo gloria!

Zac Hicks said...

Found your site via Transparent Tulip.

Our blog exists to think about worship, church, and culture, specifically through a Reformed/Calvinistic lens. We'd love to be on your blog roll. Check out our music, too. Old hymns, new music...usually from the best Calvinist hymn writers out there:

http://www.zachicks.com

Thanks,
Zac Hicks

Andrew Suttles said...

Abraham's Seed blog is pretty traditional Particular Baptist in nature. I like to blog on Biblical theology, hermeneutics, etc.

http://abrahamsseed.wordpress.com

SONmind said...

Here is the link to my blog SONmind Stew. Will also add Reformed Voices in my blog list.
http://sonmind.blogspot.com/

Holly said...

My link is: www.refocusingoureyes.com

Appreciate your blog!

Sumair said...

Title of Site: Theology in Sneakers
Tagline: Evidence for things unseen.
URL: http://www.theologyinsneakers.com

Just came across your site.. looking forward to reading more

Shannon said...

shannonrjordan.blogspot.com

Philip said...

Here's my blog. Feel free to check it out -

http://thischristianblog.wordpress.com/

Philip said...

http://thischristianblog.wordpress.com/

Jeff Godley said...

shelovesyou-yeah-yeah-yeah.blogspot.com

Doulos Christou said...

I just came across this blog, and here's a link to mine:

http://www.eyesopenwide.net

God bless you here

bot1 said...

Yes, I now have you listed on my blogroll. Please do the same. Thanks!
http://beltoftruth1.blogspot.com

dspratlin said...

www.danielspratlin.com

Jeremy said...

I just ran across this blog and thought I'd toss my blog "disquieting thoughts" into the mix for your blog roll.

http://jeremylundmark.blogspot.com

I post a blog every morning and a sermon on Sunday.

I'm a reformed Baptist pastor serving Community Baptist Church http://www.cbcapalachin.com and the President/Founder of Diligence Applied Ministries http://www.diligenceapplied.org (this is still in the building stages.)

Thanks for this "blogroll." It's a good idea, and much needed.

davidmercyrbc said...

I've just started my blog for our new church plant in Fresno, CA. The church is Mercy Reformed Baptist Church and the blog is True Mercy http://truemercy.wordpress.com.
Thanks!
David

Mike Hall said...

I enjoyed reading your blog. Your video about Ergun Caner is insightful and sad. I wish he would repent and be restored. Anyway, my reformed blog, which I hope you will link to, is: http://www.claphamcommunity.com. I will be sure to link back to you.

Scott Doherty said...

Hi reformed voices, here is my reformed missionary blog:

http://2alltheworldperu.blogspot.com/

Charlie Lloyd, Jr. said...

http://sovereignsalvation.blogspot.com

I have added this site as well as Pyromaniacs to my blog. Thanks.

Erik said...

Here is my site:

http://jcrylequotes.com/

Keep up the insightful posts here!

Shreve said...

My blog is Pilgrim's Post at
http://fortydayandnights.blogspot.com/

Been reading Reformed Voices for quite a while; have had a link to your site for some months now.

Gospel Polemics said...

http://gospelpolemics.blogspot.com

Thanks for your ministry!

Gospel Polemics said...

http://gospelpolemics.blogspot.com

Thanks for your ministry!

The Squirrel said...

A Squirrel in Babylon http://babyloniansquirrel.blogspot.com

Thanks!

Squirrel

Art said...

http://www.reformedbiblicalstudies.org

The Rev. said...

My blog is
http://reformedpastorswife.wordpress.com

I have added your link to mine. I am the wife of a pastor of a reformed church.

Justin Edwards said...

Hi, I found your blog through searching for Jim McClarty's series, Israelogy. Great website!

My blog is http://airocross.com and our evangelism ministry website is http://thespeaktruthproject.com

By His Grace and for His Glory,

Justin

Eddie Eddings said...

http://calvinisticcartoons.blogspot.com/

canuckdon said...

Here's ours. http://blog.hillsbiblechurch.org/

canuckdon said...

Here's ours. http://blog.hillsbiblechurch.org/

Wayne Dawg said...

Thank you for the link

www.thereformeddawg.blogspot.com

Wayne Dawg said...

Thanks for considering my blog here...

www.thereformeddawg.blogspot.com

Marvin Torgeson said...

I appreciate being on this list as Reformed Evangelist, please consider my apologetics blog that deals with current apologetic issues from a reformed position.

http://watchmenapologetics.blogspot.com/

Thanks
Marvin Torgeson

Christian Edmiston said...

Here's a link to my blog:

www.reformedcharismatictheology.blogspot.com

Christian Edmiston said...

www.reformedcharismatictheology.blogspot.com

Thanks,
Christian Edmiston

Steve Finnell said...

WHAT DID THE FIRST CHRISTIANS BELIEVE?

THE CHURCH OF CHRIST HAD ITS BEGINNING ON THE DAY OF PENTECOST 33 A.D.. WHAT BELIEFS AND ACTIONS DID THE THREE THOUSAND CONVERTS TO CHRIST HAVE IN COMMON? DID GOD APPROVE OF EVOLVING BELIEFS, DIFFERENT REQUIREMENTS FOR SALVATION? IF THAT WERE TRUE, THEN WOULD IT NOT BE FOUND IN THE NEW TESTAMENT SCRIPTURES?

Acts 2:41 So then, those who received his word were baptized; and there were added about three thousand souls. Acts 2:47....And the Lord was adding to their number day by day those who were being saved.

All three thousand believed the apostle Peter's message and were baptized in water. Then they were added to the Lord's church by the Lord Himself. The Lord did not add the unsaved to His church. They had to believe and be baptized in water prior to being added to the body of Christ.

1. Acts 2:22 Men of Israel, listen to these words: Jesus the Nazarene, a man attested to you by God with miracles and wonders and signs which God performed through Him in your midst, just as you yourselves know---

All three thousand believed Jesus was a miracle worker.

2. Acts 2:31-32 he looked ahead and spoke of the resurrection of the Christ, that He was neither abandoned to Hades, nor did His flesh suffer decay. 32 This Jesus God raised up again, to which we are all witnesses.

All three thousand believed in the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

3. Acts 2:36 Therefore let all the house of Israel know for certain that God has made him both Lord and Christ---this Jesus whom you crucified."

All three thousand believed that Jesus was Lord and Christ.

4. Acts 2:38 Peter said to them, "Repent, and each of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins; and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.

All three thousand repented in order to have sins forgiven. (repentance meant that they made the commitment to turn from their unbelief and sinful lifestyle and turn toward God).

All three thousand were baptized in water in order to have their sins forgiven.

All three thousand received the indwelling gift of the Holy Spirit after they believed, repented, and were baptized in water.

5. Acts 2:40 And with many other words he solemnly testified and kept on exhorting them, "Be saved from this perverse generation!"

All three thousand were saved after they believed Peter's message: They believed, repented, confessed, and were baptized in water. (Mark 16:16, John 3:16, Acts 3:19, Acts 2:38, Romans 10:9-10, Acts 8:35-38) THEN THEY WERE ADDED TO THE LORD'S CHURCH! (Acts 2:47)

WHAT THINGS DID PETER NOT PREACH AND WHAT THINGS DID THE THREE THOUSAND NOT BELIEVE.

1.Peter did not preach that men were saved by grace alone.

2.Peter did not preach that men were saved by faith only

3.Peter did not preach that God had selected a few to be saved and that all others would go to hell.

4. Peter did not preach that water baptism was not essential to salvation.

5. Peter did not preach that Jesus was just one of many Saviors.

6. Peter did not preach that once you were saved, that you could continue in a sinful lifestyle and still be saved.

7. Peter did not preach that God did not have the power to give us an inerrant translation of the Scriptures.

8. Peter did not preach that God would provide hundreds or thousands of different Christian denominations, and that they would teach different ways of being saved.

9. Peter did NOT preach that you had to speak in tongues as evidence that you were saved.

AS BELIEVERS IN CHRIST, MEN SHOULD USE THE BIBLE AS THEIR GUIDE FOR SALVATION. Looking to man-made creed books, Bible commentaries, denominational statements of faith, and church catechisms, is looking in all the wrong places for the absolute truth!

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