Yes. This is a blatant rip-off of Phil Johnson's classic brainchild, the BlogSpotting post. But since Phil recently posted what I consider a 'pomo' BlogSpotting post, I figured it must not be too sacred. And, hey!!! I might even get BlogSpotted for real! (Every link about me in that post is now obsolete, but then again, so is that blog.)
Here's the few blogs who have had anything to say about Doxoblogy in the past month or so.
Rose Cole tries to stir up some trouble by misinterpreting me, but I don't let her, since she is my favorite Arminian.:-)
My friend, Jeff Wright, liked what I had to say about Reformation. If he liked it, then it must have been good. He's one of the most discerning readers I know.
Bob Hayton had a much better take on Dan Phillip's post than mine. But he still linked to mine anyway. He also had some nice things to say about D. J. Cimino's classic post titled, Why?
Neil Shay, aka Bugblaster, linked to me for some reason I didn't fully understand.
Michele, from Reformed Chicks Blabbing, liked a post from back in April. Her title, Cliff Notes Version of the TULIP, is a lot better than mine, but also the kind of title you might expect from a lady, but not from a Tennessee redneck, which is why I didn't rename it a third time.
My brother, Pastor Steve Weaver, never noticed the similarities between Russell Moore and myself. Go figure. It was pretty obvious to me all of my life that I was like someone, and when I saw Russell Moore face to face, I knew it must be him.
The Thirsty Theologian must not be forgotten. He links to everybody who says anything that he likes. Sometimes he likes what we write over here.
James Mills, from Ecclesial Dreamer..., wants to send people over to answer the question, "What does, 'Make a decision for Christ' mean?"
That's not quite as impressive as Phil's BlogSpotting posts, but then again, you must consider that this is Doxoblogy, and we are D. J., Peter, and Jeremy. What else would you expect?