Culture At Large

What would you change about TC?

Jerod Clark

In case you haven't seen it, Think Christian has received some minor, but exciting, publicity in the last couple of weeks.  First, the blog Church Relevance used some fancy math equations to rank the top 60 Christian blogs.  TC was number 31 on the list, so that's good.  We're nice and comfy in the middle.  And secondly, in the January/February issue of Collide Magazine, we were one of the nominees for "Best Faith and Pop Culture Blog of 2008."  (We lost out to Jon Acuff's Stuff Christians Like, which is very funny and insightful.  It's worth a read if you haven't checked it out.)  I mention these two things not as a kudos to our organization, but as a shout out to you.  We want to thank you for making this blog what it is.  Without your participation, we wouldn't be on these lists.

When I see these kind of rankings, it makes me excited to know that more than a thousand people a day are coming to this site to think and talk about culture from a Christian perspective.  But it also makes me start to wonder about what we can do to make this site even better.  At the end of last year, we asked you what you like about TC.  So now, we'll go the other way.  What would you change about Think Christian?  Is there something that can be done to make it better?

As always, thanks for your thoughts.  It's always good to see what you're thinking.

Topics: Culture At Large, News & Politics, Media, North America