see Turabian §17.7.2 (pp. 197–198)
When citing a blog, include as many of the following as possible: author of the entry, title of the entry, name of the blog, name of the web site (if the blog is one part of a larger site with other content or blogs), date that the entry was posted, date that you accessed the entry, and URL of the entry. Blog entries generally do not need to be included in your bibliography, unless an entry is of particular significance to your work and/or cited frequently.
|note||1 Sean Lucas, “The Difference Between a Lecture and a Sermon,” Ref21 Blog, Reformation 21, entry posted January 19, 2012, accessed June 17, 2014, http://www.reformation21.org/blog/2012/01/the-difference-between-a-lectu.php.|
|2 Kevin DeYoung, “Why the Acsension Matters,” DeYoung, Restless, and Reformed (blog), The Gospel Coalition, entry posted May 31, 2014, accessed June 17, 2014, http://thegospelcoalition.org/blogs/kevindeyoung/2014/05/31/why-the-ascension-matters/.|