Is Apologetics Blogging Dead?
By Stephen Bedard
In recent months I have come across numerous articles, posts and podcasts reflecting on the question, “Is blogging dead?” Obviously blogging cannot be completely dead as I am writing a blog post on the subject.
Why are people asking if blogging is dead?
The problem is not necessarily something wrong with the medium of blogs. Rather it is an observation that blogging does not have the same proportion of content production on the internet that it once did. Many people have either switched to or at least added podcasting to their content production. Video is growing quickly as well, not just YouTube and Facebook, but live-streaming video such as Periscope and Blab. There are more options available now than ever before.
How does this affect apologetics blogging?
I have been blogging for ten years and I have not seen a decrease in interest, either from people coming to my blog or me going to others. If anything, blogs seem even more important.
I believe that Christian blogging, especially apologetics blogging, has an advantage in the blogosphere. Many people (but not all) who read apologetics blogs, do it not because they are extremely loyal to a particular blogger but because they are…
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