Top 50 Biblioblogs

Peter Kirby has shared a list of the most popular biblioblogs this month. Exploring Our Matrix came in at number 8. Thanks for reading!   [Read more...]

Cataclysmic Biblical Studies Carnival and a Unilateral Award

The carnival rounding up the past month’s Biblical studies blogging, with a nicely poetic initial dose of holiday cheer that is itself worth reading, is hosted by Jessica Parks at Cataclysmic. Peter Kirby is keeping the Biblioblog Top 50 alive and running. See also the 5th Septuagint Studies Soiree, and yet another list of the [Read More...]

June 2013 Biblical Studies Carnival

The June 2013 Biblical Studies Carnival has been posted at Blog of the Twelve. In addition, see the monthly round-up of posts about the letter to the Hebrews at Polumeros kai Polutropos. Be aware as well that the Biblioblog Top 50 is back, and is giving the #1 biblioblog of the month status not merely [Read More...]

NT Wrong is Back!

The mysterious pseudonymous biblioblogger is back. The post indicating this at the Biblioblog Top 50 blog is elusive, but the comments indicate that an X-Factor biblioblog revolution is afoot…   [Read more...]

#1 Biblioblog!

I had been ignoring the Biblioblog Top 50 these past months, since the scripts that allow blogs like mine at Patheos had not been updated since our addresses changed. But Steve Caruso finally found the time to update the script this past month, and now that Exploring Our Matrix is back in the running, I’m [Read More...]

The New #1 Biblioblog and More!

The new #1 Biblioblogger is fellow Patheos blogger Scot McKnight’s blog Jesus Creed. Congratulations to Scot and RJS who also blogs there occionally. Exploring Our Matrix came in at #3. Thank you, as always, to all of this blog’s readers and commenters! Several Bibliobloggers have been active in editing the Wikipedia entry about the fake [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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