How to Determine the Queen and King of the Biblioblogosphere

There have been major struggles for dominance in the biblioblogosphere, as bloggers have sought to attain the coveted #1 rank, and debated and introduced new methods of evaluation – from Alexa rankings to voting. I would like to propose a different method. The queen and king of the biblioblogosphere should not be based on something [Read More...]

What is a Biblioblog?

What is a biblioblog? That is the question which Scott Bailey asked and which Jim West, Joel Watts, Rod of Alexandria, Steve Caruso and James Bradford Pate have each sought to answer. I am due to host the Biblical Studies Carnival in early September with a round-up of posts from August. So hopefully we can all figure [Read More...]

Creationism and Bad Science Education around the Blogosphere

P. Z. Myers shared the excellent cartoon below (Jim Getz also mentions it) as well as information about a secret Intelligent Design conference. P. Z. Myers also has a post at The Panda’s Thumb explaining a recent article in Nature and another on a study that uses young-earth creationism’s own dubious methods to demonstrate evolution. [Read More...]

Bob Cargill on the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood

Bob Cargill recently discovered the “Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood.” I particularly appreciated this thought of his on the topic: if this group had the word “Islamic” in it, and all of the members were citing the Qur’an and the women pictured were in burqas or veils, I’m guessing the members of this same CBMW [Read More...]

Debunking Christianity Debunking Mythicism

I hope to return to blogging about mythicism soon. In the mean time, I can share that the atheist blog Debunking Christianity has once again turned its attention to mythicism, that infamous source of embarrassment for atheists and freethinkers. Take a look at what Tommy Baker has to say over there, and then either leave a comment [Read More...]

June 2011 Top Ten Biblioblogs

There’s a new #1 biblioblogger in the Top 10 by vote. Congratulations to Suzanne McCarthy and her blog, Suzanne’s Bookshelf! Thanks as well to everyone who voted for Exploring Our Matrix, which came in #2. [Read more...]

Patheos Blogs in the Biblioblog Top 50

In the past, blogs on sites such as Patheos which host multiple blogs have been left to the side in the rankings, as a result of Alexa and other statistic sources not ranking blogs separately but only the site as a whole. Then along came Steve Caruso. Not only has he created the Biblioblog Reference [Read More...]


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