6 Dead Christians You Should Follow on Twitter

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Dead men really tell tales. They can also tweet. Follow these dead saints in Twitter and be inspired with their undying words of godly wisdom, theology and biblical insights. You can discover their works and dig deeper about them by going to their websites, liking their FB pages (if they have one) or by searching it at Google after you follow their tweets.

  1. C. S. Lewis Daily (twitter.com/cslewisdaily)- Clive Staples Lewis, the author know for Chronicles of Narnia, is one of the greatest thinkers in Christian philosophy.  He contributed to Christian thinking books like Mere Christianity, Screwtape Letters, Problem with Pain etc. This Twitter account dishes off his wit and wisdom.
  2. The Essential John Owen (http://twitter.com/EssentialOwen) the “prince of the English divines,” this Puritan pastor is vigilant proclaming doctrine and God. Follow his twitter account and the website http://www.theessentialowen.com for more topics he addresses.
  3. Oswald Chambers (http://twitter.com/myutmost) his most influential devotional is exceptional in terms of finding intimacy with God. Follow it and read it every morning for your devotional time. Oh, by the way purchase the book!
  4. The Daily Spurgeon (twitter.com/dailyspurgeon) The Prince of Preachers gives you a dose of daily quotes and links to his books and sermons.
  5. J. C. Ryle (twitter.com/JCRyleQuotes) I love J. C. Ryle, especially Thoughts for Young Men. Some of his works feels as if its not centuries ago. Very relevant to this age.
  6. The Old Guys (http://www.twitter.com/OldGuyQuotes) Not one. Not two. And not three. But a dozen theologians, preachers, pastors and writers (all dead) all giving day by day insights on theology, the Bible and God.

Any more you could add? Please post it on the comment.

(Originally from my Facebook Notes, 28 August 2011)

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