Wednesday 3 November 2010

'Christian Medical Comment' listed in Jubilee Centre's seven best blogs giving a Christian perspective on social and political issues

The Jubilee Centre has just published a list of the seven best Christian blogs that seek to demonstrate the continued relevance of the Bible to the world today or otherwise give a Christian perspective on social and political concerns of interest to the world outside the Church.

They have announced that with 'literally hundreds of votes cast, the summer-long search to identify the best is now over!'

Christian Medical Comment was a late nomination and surprisingly just managed to slip into the top seven 'salt and light' blogs. The full list is as follows:

1.Vinoth Ramachandra: Secretary for Dialogue & Social Engagement on the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students (IFES) Senior Leadership Team

2.This Side of Sunday: Jon Coutts, a doctoral student in systematic theology at Aberdeen

3.The Urban Pastor: Richard Perkins, lead pastor of a church in South London

4.Archbishop Cranmer: an anonymous blogger 'examining religio-political agendas with politico-religious objectives'

5.Make Wealth History: an exploration of sustainable living in the real world by brothers Paul and Jeremy Williams

6.Theos: a public theology think tank

7.Christian Medical Comment: Peter Saunders - CEO of Christian Medical Fellowship

Many thanks for your support. You can find the links to the seven and all others nominated here

1 comment:

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