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The Tumblr page associated with Faithfully Magazine is another aspect of the magazine where posts can be made, liked, and even shared. Tumblr can provide a space to vent ideas and have them noticed and accepted by others. News combines with…

The What We Wear to Church Tumblr begins with the mission statement of the organization and then is followed by posts which each are made up of a photograph of someone on their way to or from church and an accompanying quote. Often the quote is from…
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This is the Tumblr page for A Game for Good Christians. It links to the Store page found on the current website and has blog posts similar to those found on the current website. Like the posts on the website, these posts examine the verses found on…
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Several posts from He Calls Me Lovely link to this Tumblr page, which appears to be another Tumblr by the same creator. On this page, she does not share anything religious that is designed to be shared, instead using it as her personal page. This…
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This is the Tumblr feed for He Calls Me Lovely, and it appears to be the main posting venue for the creator. The feed features both explicitly Christian and inspirational quotes displayed on scenic backgrounds. The site also includes icons that link…
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Shakespeareandpunk is the personal blog of Alice Lesperance, co-creator of The Millennial Gospel. She does not identify on her own blog as any particular religion and tends to rarely post about religion at all.
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This is the personal blog of Sarah Taylor Gibson, one of the creators of The Millennial Gospel. She posts about her life as a theology grad student at Princeton Theological Seminary as well as her personal interests in creative writing and pop…
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This is the main presence of The Millennial Gospel, the most active blog of the project. It is rarely original content from the creators now, and the posts consist of “reblogged” content from others that share the project’s message of a Gospel…

Tumblr blog made up of posts concerning religion, race, and insights into the blog creator’s life.

Tumblr blog with content consisting of posts pertaining to religion, witchcraft, and popular culture.