My husband is fond of saying that you should try everything once, bar incest and morris dancing; in that spirit, I thought I'd have my first ever go at one of those blog posts where you point people to other blog posts. So, here are some theology-related posts I've been enjoying recently:
Experimental Theology has a nice post on why 1 Peter 3 is maybe not the best text to use if you want to argue that women should submit to your husbands, as well as a discussion of James Alison's On Being Liked, which suggests that liking the world is a harder and higher call than loving it.
Religion Bulletin has a meditation on the theology of Google autosuggest and a competition to find the worst religious book cover.
And lastly, Stalin's Moustache has a fun post on the perils of taking the Old Testament literally.