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Awards and rankings

Not Technorati linked - they still won't recognise me, oh well. However, Re vis.e Re form does get an Alexa ranking. Peter Ould, who follows this kind of thing, is keeping a look out at the beginning of each month regarding what is being read.

Peter' s site is 9th, Re vis.e Reform must be 15th because it has a ranking of 954,654.


Blogging is interesting because as well as it being a place where you can share your thoughts on the Church and the gospel, with a little reflection on your life thrown in, you form new relationships. There has been quite a bit of controversy of late about the validity of such relationships, but, I bet like me, many of the people in this list will feel like they know each other, to some extent. Many of us are conversing with each other on a daily or at least a weekly basis. I believe the conversations that I have had have shaped my thinking probably just as much as the theological education I've had so far. I am giving an award to those by whom I have been the most challenged to grow. This list contains those with whom I have much in common theologically and those with whom I might have disagreements on secondary issues. That is all besides the point, really. I have learned loads.

So an award for 5 bloggers:
Peter Carrell
Suzanne McCarthy
Cheryl Schatz
Peter Kirk
John Richardson

3 comments:

Peter Carrell said...

Thanks for that award!

Peter Kirk said...

Thanks for the award. It is such an honour to receive one from someone with a ranking more than half a million above mine! I'm not sure what to do with the award - maybe when I find time I'll put it on my blog.

Rachel Marszalek said...

Yeah but I don't think Alexa makes much sense really.

But pleasure. Thanks - I enjoy your blog. I don't always understand it because I've got a lot to learn but I like it.

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