Top 50 Blogs by Divinity Students

Published by Madison on Mon May 10, 2010

Divinity students, which range in focus from Biblical studies to philosophical ruminations, can be found in Ivy League colleges, seminaries and in church schools throughout the nation. One thing you may learn about divinity students, no matter if they are undergrads, master’s degree or PhD students — they seem to have more time to blog once they’ve graduated. That said, we’ve managed to cull 50 top blogs written by divinity students across the U.S., categorized by degree and a bonus category filled with groups of students who blog.

Ladder of Divine AscentUndergrads or Unknown

  1. A deeper faith: Nate Brown is a seminar student in Denver studying to become a pastor and an author.
  2. Agent Tim: Tim Sweetman is a 20-year-old freelance writer, blogger, and student who lives near our nation’s capital.
  3. Daniel Spratlin: A student at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Daniel is outspoken about his thoughts on theology, politics, culture and his own life.
  4. Discovering Pathways: Laurel is a current seminary student and former journalism and English public school teacher.
  5. Jake currently is a student at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida, and his posts usually focus on faith, theology, and the church.
  6. [email protected]: This husband, father and seminary student shares his studies, thoughts and poetry.
  7. Meat and Burritos: Jeff Tilden is a Baptist student pastor who focuses on living a life “after God’s own heart.”
  8. Methobaptist Musings: Andrew S. Tatum, a seminary student, offers “thoughts on life, church and culture from an American Baptist in John Wesley’s court.”
  9. Not Too Much: An Anglican theology graduate student shares his thoughts.
  10. That Theology Student: A 22-year-old with a keen interest in theology and politics blogs about his spiritual life in the UK.
  11. Weblog of a Christian philosophy student: This blog belongs to a Christian philosophy student located in Australia.

Beatific VisionGrad Students

  1. A Sheep’s Eye View: This blogger now is pursuing a Master of Divinity degree at Eden Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri.
  2. Apokalupto: David Hamstra is a Divinity student at Andrews University and has been involved in the Adventist blogging community since 2005.
  3. Battle Against the Bewitchment of Intelligence: Currently a masters student in divinity at Emmanuel School of Religion, this blogger writes about a variety of topics.
  4. deTheos: A husband and wife team join on their thoughts about theology. Jeff, the husband, is a “perpetual student.”
  5. Jessica Coblentz: Jessica is a 24 year old graduate student at Harvard Divinity School where she am exploring the intersections of Catholic theology, gender, and sexuality.
  6. Lawn Gospel: Hank is Master of Divinity student at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary who has made himself famous with his pro-life causes.
  7. ONE: thought, word, action: Jeremy Summers is a grad student, and he shares his thoughts on shaping his life through learning.
  8. Outside is Better: Chad Brooks is a Masters of Divinity and Masters of Arts in Biblical Studies student at Asbury Theological Seminary.
  9. Philosophy, et cetera: Richard is a philosophy grad student at Princeton University, and he blogs on a variety of philosophical theories and personal interests.
  10. The long way home: Paul Burkhart is in his first year at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia working towards a Masters of Divinity in Counseling.
  11. Theo-blogology: This blogger is pursuing his master’s in Biblical Studies and Theology at Fuller Theological Seminary.

TheoriaDoctoral Degree Students

  1. Carlos Online: This 24-year-old philosophy postgrad student at the University of leeds writes his “thinking out loud” on his blog.
  2. Chrisendom: Chris is conducting postgraduate research on a thesis that concerns the christological significance of the language Paul used to describe the relationship between risen Lord and believer.
  3. Church Leadership Conversations with Andy Rowell: Andy is a third-year ThD student at Duke Divinity School.
  4. Fox’s Wanderings: Mike Fox talks Bible, culture, books, sports, theology, food and more on this blog. He’s a PhD student in Hebrew Bible and Early Jewish Literature.
  5. Gathering in Light: Wess Daniels is pastor at Camas Friends Church and a PhD student at Fuller Theological Seminary studying missiology.
  6. Live Generously: This blogger is pursuing a Master of Divinity degree at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California.
  7. Millinerd (a.k.a. Matthew J. Milliner) is a Ph.D. candidate in art history at Princeton University.
  8. Per Caritatem: Cynthia has quite a resume and and equally astounding resources through her blog.
  9. Possible Philosophy: Andrew Bacon is a DPhil student at the University of Oxford.
  10. Ravens: Patrick Oden is a PhD student at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California, and has written the book, It’s a Dance: Moving with the Holy Spirit.
  11. SKJ Today: Scott Jones is a a PhD student by day and a Karaoke DJ by night, “at least one Tuesday per month…”
  12. Strawberry-Rhubarb Theology: A student at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois, shares his doctrinal knowledge and opinion.
  13. The Fire and the Rose: David is a PhD student in systematic theology at Princeton Theological Seminary.

TheologyStudent Blogs at Group Blogs, Schools

  1. Briercrest Student Blogs: Several students at this college, including a theology student and a Biblical studies student, offer their views on college and studies.
  2. Confessio: This is a student journal of theology and ministry at Duke Divinity School, written by and for the student community.
  3. DenSem StuCo: The Denver Seminary Student Council offers this blog, for readers to get a taste of the atmosphere at this educational facility.
  4. Florida Student Philosophy Blog: The bloggers here are undergrads, grads, and alumni from philosophy departments throughout the state of Florida, as well as invited guests affiliated with these departments.
  5. Fuller Theological Seminary Student Blogs: This page holds various blogs by students at different stages in their studies.
  6. Going to Seminary: Ryan Burns created this blog to chronicle his journey through seminary, but it has taken on a life of its own with other bloggers as well.
  7. Harvard Divinity School Methodists: A blog for, about and by Methodist divinity students at Harvard Divinity School.
  8. Nazarene Theological Seminary: The student blogs are listed here, with all five being master’s students in divinity.
  9. New Creation: New Creation Arts Group, an organization at Duke Divinity School, is dedicated to exploring and archiving the relationship between theology and the arts.
  10. Oklahoma Christian University Student Blogs: Learn about the OC student experience from students who are living it.
  11. Overheard at Yale Divinity School: Sometimes irreverent, sometimes funny and always thought-provoking quotes from students at this divinity school.
  12. Shrine of the Holy Whapping: Some University of Notre Dame “Catholic Nerds” share their thoughts on Catholic culture, spiritual life and other musings with the rest of the world.
  13. Stony Roads: This is the blog of the Office of Black Church Studies at Duke University Divinity School.
  14. The Prosblogion: The contributors to this blog range from advanced graduate students to senior figures in the field of philosophy of religion, and include theists, atheists, and agnostics.
  15. Theology Forum: An assistant professor, a PhD candidate and a Master of Divinity degree student share this blog space.

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