New Friends (on the blogroll)

As I am introduced to new blogs I didn’t know about, and make new friends on the internet, I like to update my blogroll from time to time.  (Likewise, some blogs I link to have become inactive, and I should probably remove them.)  A couple of new editions this week are RT’s Place and Thinking Out Loud.  RT has a unique perspective on some things that you might have thought about, but not the way he does.  Paul Wilkinson has a very extensive blogroll you might want to check out.  There are guys listed you probably already read, like The Master’s Table, InternetMonk, and Tall Skinny Kiwi.  He also lists many resources, and has links to sermons.  There is a wide variety of linkage.  As always, when you find a blog worth reading, let me know.

Under Useful Links is now an entry for The Master’s Table.  This is a website, not a blog, listing resources, essays, and articles for Bible study that also links to other Christian sites and blogs.  It has a .org not a .com address, and is authored by a gentelmen named Timothy Youngblood.

RT’s Place

After RT left a comment or two, I checked out his blog to get to know him better (I hope RT is a him.  If not, sorry girl.)  I found this post particularly amusing, comparing the salaries of teachers with those of state legislators.  He also asks some pointed questions about the requirements of both to keep a job.  Interesting stuff.  It’s good to make new friends, and we might soon be adding RT to the blogroll.