Here are a list of websites that I regularly visit at varrying rates.
Daily Christian Blogs
These are sites that all compile several of the day’s best articles. They also all have original content.
Secular News Sites
These sites all have good breaking news stories as well as more in depth analysis of current events and various cultural issues.
These sites all provide in-depth theological and cultural analysis. They also all have physical publications.
Soliloquium (Gavin Ortlund)
Follow the Leader (Cole Brown)
“Freedom to Flourish.” A great source for articles on vocation.
“For the Study of Religion and Liberty.” Similar content as IFWE. There blog can be found here.
“The mission of ESN [Emerging Scholars Network] is to identify, encourage, and equip the next generation of Christian scholars who seek to be a redeeming influence within higher education.” ESN is a branch of InterVarsity.
“Couscous Culture.” Analysis of art, music, movies and more. They have some great podcasts.
“We host thoughtful and gracious conversations about Christianity’s shape in the public square.’ Lots of good reviews and longform pieces.
“Musings on God, Sexuality, and Relationships.” Pieces by gay, celibate Christians.
A site that curates the best longform articles from across the web.
“The vision of the Reformed African American Network (RAAN) is to fuel modern reformation in the African American community with a multi-ethnic mindset.” A great place for articles with solid theology from an African American perspective.
“BioLogos invites the church and the world o see the harmony between science and biblical faith as we present an evolutionary understanding of God’s creation.” Visit their blog here.
“Connecting God’s Truth to Real Life.” Check out their podcast, The Happy Rant.
“Your trusted source for Christian news satire.” Basically the Christian version of The Onion.
A lot of really good free commentaries.
This goes through several of the Reformed Confessions – Westminster Confession, Belgic Confession, Heidelberg Catechism, The Westminster Larger Catechism, The Westminster Shorter Catechism, The Children’s Catechism. and the Cannon’s of Dordt – in a year. If you just want the documents, look here.
Video summaries and explanations of many books of the Bible. Very engaging and informative.