Nathan W. Bingham
Connecting in a Hyper-Connected World

Confessionally Reformed Twitter Lists

Recently, Twitter released the long awaited feature Twitter Lists. These lists allow those on Twitter to better organise people they follow into groups or categories. Better yet, you can follow a “list” and receive updates from all those in the list without having to follow those people individually. For example, a company or group blog could create a list with all their employees or contributors, and you could simply follow that list to receive all their updates.

As a result of this there have been many lists started simply entitled “Reformed.”  These lists are very generic and most often simply mean, do you agree to most of the “five points” of Calvinism. I thought it would be helpful, at least for me, to have some confessional lists. Therefore, I created three lists:

@nwbingham/conf-westminster (for those who confess the Westminster Standards)

@nwbingham/conf-threeforms (for those who confess the Three Forms of Unity)

@nwbingham/conf-london1689 (for those who confess the 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith)

If you’re on Twitter and you hold to one of these confessions, leave a comment with your Twitter username and I’ll add you to the list.