The blogosphere, like 5 live phone-ins, is a male dominated place. So here's a testosterone-free shortlist of some of the blogs I pop in on:
Maggi Dawn: missioner, musician, theologian, writer, pretty much everything really.
Get Out of Jail Free: describes itself as "THE AWFUL WAFFLE OF A PRISON CHAPLAIN, MINISTER, MINISTER'S WIFE, MINISTER'S DAUGHTER AND MINISTER'S NIECE, MOTHER OF FOUR. THAT'S NOT A TEAM OF PEOPLE. THAT'S ME, ANNEDROID." (her capitals, not mine)
Libby Purves'/Beth Twiston Davies Faith Central blog at the Times.
And of course Ruth Gledhill the Times religious affairs correspondent.
Help I Work with Children written by Lynn, a children and families pastor, who's just finished her theology degree.
Stuff Christian Culture Likes: an inspired, laser-guided missile at the things which get adopted by Christian subculture and then assumed to be Gospel.
Christ Radiance a Fresh Expressions blog in Cornwall run by Eleanor Burne-Jones. Grounded and insightful.
Revise Reform, a blog by theological student Rachel, at my old college of St. Johns Nottingham, on theology, Bible, women in ministry, evangelicalism and other stuff.
Strands of Life FibreFairy seems to spend most of her time tweeting people, and very interesting she is too.
Nadine Dorries: politicians blog at their peril, and Ms Dorries copped a lot of flak for suspending comments at one stage. But she speaks her mind, very readable, and is a member of the Conservative Christian Fellowship (a post on the online Christian presence within the political parties can wait for another time).
Update Humble apologies to The Radical Evangelical, who I'm now adding to the list.