I appreciate how many blogs have listed Ichabod on their main pages. There are hundreds of Lutheran blogs now, but most of them post infrequently. I look around for new and interesting topics. Below are some of the religious blogs I check and the reasons why:
Norm's Desmense - Norm Teigen is an ELS layman, son of an ELS theologian. He posts more than most Lutherans put together, on all kinds of subjects, most of them interesting to me: the falling bridge, literature, religious art, Bach, WWII, Lutheran topics, etc.
Virtue Online - David Virtue is an orthodox Episcopalian layman who writes frequently and well about the differences between the apostate leaders and the orthodox dissenters. This is a valuable blog for many reasons. The site is more of a daily newspaper about what is rotten in Denmark...and Canterbury. Lutherans need to know this material, to realize how their denomination parallels the Episcopal Church. The main difference is that Lutherans have no leaders with spine. There is not one district pope who will part with his own Lutheran Vatican, wherever that headquarters may be (St. Louis, Milwaukee, Mankato, or a double-wide in the Midwest).
American Lutheran Publicity Bureau - This blog is primarily for ELCA pastors, a good way to keep track of what is being discussed in the largest and most absurd Lutheran organization. I find it amusing that the high church bunch (the ones who communed at Concordia, Ft. Wayne, with a WELS pastor apparently participating) calls itself STS - Holy Trinity Society (in Latin, of course).
Diatheke - just taught me how to add reader logs to the website. Pastor Joe Abrahamson (ELS) is the blog author.
The Plucked Chicken, from Jesse Jacobson (ELS) has plenty of material about computers and the ELS, especially the issue (Public Ministry of the Word) that got various pastors defenestrated by Pope John the Malefactor.
Bailing Water is now more of a WELS discussion blog. I have watched several editors take over BW and leave again. I get the impression that the Wisconsin sect does not want to be discussed.
I liked one LCMS News blog, but that man shut down his site. Likewise, Trouble in Paradise went silent months ago, came to life for a moment, then went silent again. I have not found any LCMS or WELS blogs worth reading. If you have suggestions, post a comment.
Also, I am interested in religious blogs with substance.