I read and comment on many blogs. They are all organized on my Google Dashboard, whether they are Google or not--I add them. Of course I read family blogs, blogs of friends, and blogs of all sorts of thinkers. I try to write on this blog at least once a month.
I am in a seminary class on counseling and look for Internet ideas. I get e-mail from Focus on the Family and from Gary Smalley. A favorite blog is Dr. Jay Adams's Blog. Dr. Adams just was released from the hospital and even from the hospital wrote a post. What a prolific author and helpful counselor he is!
Every day I get several posts from Tim Challies at Reforming the Reformed. R. C. Sproul's ministry sends out wonderful posts at Ligonier Ministries. Kevin DeYoung is a pastor in Michigan and he has a great blog that is part of The Gospel Coalition at DeYoung, Restless and Reformed. Rebecca writes such an interesting blog that Tim Challies also follows. She always has a "Thankful Thursday" and often defines theological terms at Rebecca Writes.
I read author Randy Alcorn, The Resurgence writers, Lane Keister, Scot McKnight's Jesus Creed and the random postings of Brad Boydston. Brad is a developer pastor/professor in Arizona and often puts all kind of interesting news on his site. That's how I found Dr. Hurtado. Scot rides herd on trends in the church, including the emergent movement.
I can spend hours and have to watch myself even though I am semi-retired. I ask myself first have I been the in Word, God's Word first. Scripture often forms the comment I post on a blog. Theology at best in my opinion is the essence of Scripture.