Christian QUILTBlogs: A new, improved list

A few weeks ago I posted a list of blogs by LGBT Christians.

I’ve since found and/or remembered a bunch more — boosting that earlier list from 23 to 66.

Again, I’m not ranking these according to popularity or traffic or quality. But for those who do like that sort of list, please feel free to consider this a list of the 66 Very Best Blogs by LGBT Christians in the Entire World.

I’ve tried to keep this to active blogs, and to sites written by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered Christians and not to include non-LGBT allies, advocates, friends, etc., (that should probably be another list to get started on).

I’m sure this list is missing plenty of great sites that I should and want to learn about, so if you know of one, please let me know (even if it’s your own blog — don’t be shy, I’m asking).

    1. Adam’s Virtual Linen Closet
    2. Anarchist Reverend
    3. Andrew Sullivan
    4. Are Women Human?
    5. Average Gay Joe
    6. The Bible in Drag
    7. Bilgrimage
    8. The Body Is Many
    9. The Boy With the Thorn in His Side
    10. Brian Gerald
    11. Brother-Beloved-Son
    12. Candace Chellew-Hodge
    13. Canyonwalker Connections
    14. Cardigans in Church
    15. Cassandra Today
    16. Catholic Boy Richard
    17. Clattering Bones
    18. Coming Out Christian
    19. Confessions of a Liturgy Queen
    20. Crumbs From the Communion Table
    21. Eve Tushnet
    22. Father Geoff Farrow
    23. From Glory into Glory
    24. Gay Christian Geek
    25. Gay Christian, Very Anxious
    26. Gay Everyday
    27. Gay Mystics
    28. Gay Spirit Diary
    29. Genderqueer Christian
    30. The Gospel According to Hate
    31. Harriet Long
    32. Holy Bullies and Headless Monsters
    33. I’m Christian. I’m Gay. Let’s Talk.
    34. In a Godward Direction
    35. An Inch at a Time
    36. Inclusive Orthodoxy
    37. Jesus in Love
    38. Jottings
    39. Journey Through the Field of Life
    40. Mel White
    41. Mel’s Musings
    42. Middle Ground
    43. MyOutSpirit
    44. Noble Wolf
    45. Not Junk. Just Jesus.
    46. Odd Man Out
    47. On Being Jewish, Christian and Gay
    48. Orthodox and Gay
    49. Paradoxy
    50. Peculiar Faith
    51. Permission to Live
    52. Peterson Toscano’s A Musing
    53. Presbyqueerian
    54. Queering the Church
    55. Radical Mary
    56. Registered Runaway
    57. Reluctant Rebel
    58. Renz in the Woods
    59. Shirley-Anne McMillan
    60. The Sweet Bi and Bi
    61. Thoughts Required; Pants Optional
    62. TransEpiscopal
    63. Unfinished Lives
    64. Virtus, Amor et Misericordia
    65. Walking With Integrity
    66. The Wild Reed

  • http://apocalypsereview.wordpress.com/ Invisible Neutrino

    Thank you! And I love the pun on “QUILTBAG”. I always feel so warm and fuzzy when I use the term QUILTBAG. :-)

  • http://stealingcommas.blogspot.com/ chris the cynic

    I refuse to believe there are less than 100.  Seriously, 100 seems like such a low bar to meet that I’m surprised it hasn’t already been surpassed.  Also, on the Christian women’s blogs I refuse to believe that there are less than 1000.
    I don’t know how one goes about finding the rest, but I think they must be out there.

  • http://www.travismamone.net/ Travis Mamone

    Thank you so much for including my blog!

  • Rebecca

    Leah Libresco at Unequally Yoked is bi, and a convert to Catholicism.

  • quietglow

     It could easily be focus or identity; a lot of gay Christian bloggers
    might blog about other issues while staying personal with those things, and might not want to be known first and foremost for those traits.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1039672277 Christopher Heyn

    Just for the record, Kathy Baldock–who writes Canyonwalker Connections–is straight.  An outspoken, fearless, passionate Evangelical advocate of the GLBT community, but a straight ally.  We’re glad to have her. :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/david.squire David Squire

    Not sure if this fits your definition of a blog, but I edit a daily devotional/meditation resource called Be Still and Know: http://www.LifeJourneyChurch.cc/bestill  Most of the 14 writers are gay or trans.

  • http://www.facebook.com/matthew.steele.315 Matthew Steele

    I’m a gay guy about to start a blog. Should I tell you if I do?

  • http://kathrynbrightbill.com/ KB

    I don’t blog exclusively, or even mostly, about LGBTQ issues and faith, but if you’re looking for an exhaustive list of Christian Quiltblogs, my blog, “The Life and Opinions of Kathryn Elizabeth, Person” (it’s a hopefully not obscure literary reference) can be found at http://kathrynbrightbill.com

  • http://kathrynbrightbill.com/ KB

    I don’t blog exclusively, or even mostly, about LGBTQ issues and faith, but if you’re looking for an exhaustive list of Christian Quiltblogs, my blog, “The Life and Opinions of Kathryn Elizabeth, Person” (it’s a hopefully not obscure literary reference) can be found at http://kathrynbrightbill.com

  • The_L1985

    I’ve quilted myself, so QUILTBAG gives me warm fuzzies too! :) It’s like all the fun of digging through your fabric stash to make something comforting and beautiful.

  • Thom

    At the risk of tooting my own horn- I loathe the idea- here’s mine: http://faithc21.blogspot.com

  • Daughter

     Did CombatQueer quit blogging?

  • ForsythiaTheMariner

    I’m curious as to why Steve Gershom’s blog, ‘Catholic, Gay and Feeling Fine’ 
    doesn’t make an appearance here? I’d imagine he’s quite well known, and he writes 
    a tremendously insightful blog as a man with same sex attraction who has chosen to live a celibate life.
    http://www.stevegershom.com/

  • Joan St. Mark

    Thank you for including my blog.

  • http://standingonmiddleground.wordpress.com/ Middle Ground

    Thanks for including “Middle Ground” – great to be noticed!

  • Jake

    Should probably put GaySubtlety up there. Two evangelical gay guys. They do some good stuff and focus predominantly on sexuality and building bridges. http://gaysubtlety.wordpress.com/2012/11/19/what-is-love/

  • Registered Runaway

    Thanks for the add! Looking forward to checking out the others on the list.

  • Registered Runaway

    And I agree with Jake- gaysubtlety is a must!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1472790264 Richard Gerard Evans

    Thanks for sharing mine as well!!! While I am a celibate and probably have somewhat more conservative views than some listed here, what I recognize the most is our brother and sisterhood in Christ. Thanks again.


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