Way of Improvement Leads Home Chosen As Top Religion Blog

A study by the Social Science Research Council (SSRC) has included The Way of Improvement Leads Home on the list of the 100 “most influential blogs that contribute to online discussion about religion in the public sphere and the academy.” You can read SSRC’s study of academic and religious blogging here and see the top 100 blogs here. I hope to blog about the report soon.

Here is the study’s description of “The Way of Improvement Leads Home”:

John Fea, a professor of American history at Messiah College, offers commentary on “the intersection of American history, religion, politics, and academic life.” Blog posts focus on American religious history, current dilemmas concerning the role of religion in public education, and questions regarding the religious inflection of historical narratives. Messiah College, where Fea professes, is “committed to an embracing evangelical spirit rooted in the Anabaptist, Pietist, and Wesleyan traditions of the Christian Church.”

Others on the list include:

Articles of Faith (Boston Globe)
Christianity Today Blog
Crunchy Con
Dallas Morning News Religion Blog
dotCommonweal (Commonweal magazine)
Faith and Theology
First Things Blogs
Get Religion
God and Country (US News and World Report)
God’s Politics (Sojourners)
The Immanent Frame (SSRC)
In All Things (America magazine)
Killing the Buddha
Martin Marty Center (University of Chicago Divinity School)
Of Sacred and Secular (Austin American-Statesman)
On Faith (Newsweek-Washington Post)
Religion Dispatches
Religion in American History
Theolog (Christian Century)

We are honored to part of such great company!

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