Plug for Restless Pilgrim

You may have noticed Restless Pilgrim’s comments on some of my posts. I pop over to his blog now and then and catch up on his posts.

It’s always struck me as funny that he reads my blog at all. We’re nothing alike … well, our blogs aren’t. He’s Roman Catholic. I focus on early church history and end up disagreeing with the Roman Catholics a lot. I write long, wordy posts; it’s not unusual for his to be a mere two paragraphs long.

I have to suppose that we agree on one thing. People ought to think about their lives, and thus their faith, and they ought to live life on purpose (and under the authority of God).

Anyway, I wanted to put in a plug for his blog. (Parents beware; just by chance, his last post is a George Carlin video, which means language is rough.)

What I like about his blog is how he gives me something to think about in real short posts. He gets to the point really well, so it’s easy for me to find time to read the posts.

Restless Pilgrim’s blog is at

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3 Responses to Plug for Restless Pilgrim

  1. Pingback: Council of Jerusalem Guidelines | Restless Pilgrim

  2. Awh shucks, thanks!

    I don’t see eye-to-eye with many of the blogs to which I am subscribed…but as long as they have something interesting for me to think about, I’m happy 🙂

    (I’ve actually got a post scheduled to be published in early January where I return to our discussion of St. James’ recommendations at the Council of Jerusalem)


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