Readers of Patheos: give me your blog recommendations

I’m in this weird funk where I’m not quite as enthusiastic about reading my old favorite blogs as I used to be. Dunno if I’ve changed or the blogs have changed, but in any case: I want your blog recommendations. (The last time I asked my readers to recommend blogs for me to read, I started reading Slacktivist, which recent posts aside is the best blog I’ve started reading in some time. Let’s hope this round is as successful.)

  • James Croft

    You could read my new Patheos blog ;)

    http://www.patheos.com/blogs/templeofthefuture/

  • Kelly

    Are you reading Gord Sellar yet?

  • Patrick

    Rust Belt Philosophy

  • MNb

    I’d like to give you a few, but then you’ll have to learn Dutch first …

  • Robert

    You used to have an intrest in Rauser’s blog. Is that gone?

    • Chris Hallquist

      I’m still reading Rauser, and meaning to write a reply or two to some of his recent stuff… just haven’t gotten around to it, yet.

  • http://theaunicornist.com Mike D

    Shameless self-promotion:

    http://theaunicornist.com

    And my compatriot Bud Uzoras. A little quiet lately, but his stuff is very introspective, if you’re into the more personal aspects of being an atheist…

    http://dead-logic.blogspot.com

    And Tristan Vick:

    http://www.advocatusatheist.blogspot.com/

  • Nolan
  • LF

    Charlie’s Diary
    http://www.antipope.org/charlie/

    Charles Stross, author, good discussion on a range of stuff. Sci fi, tech though a surprising amount society and how things work. Occasional guest bloggers who are usually pretty neat as well and lead to diverse subject matter.

  • Daniel Engblom

    I don’t know if you already know these blogs, but I’ll recommend these Evolutionary Psychology blogs.
    http://www.epjournal.net/blog/
    Robert Kurzban wrote a great book called Why Everyone (Else) Is A Hypocrite, he mainly writes in that blog.
    http://popsych.org/
    I found out about Jesse’s blog indirectly through Robert Kurzban, also a great, clear writer and rather skeptical in his tone.
    I would also add Jerry Coyne’s site whyevolutionistrue.wordpress.com, but I’m sure you already know it.


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