Biblioblog World Cup

Phillip Long has posted his World Cup edition of the Biblical Studies Carnival. Enjoy!   [Read more...]

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...]

Are Biblioblogs Dying?

Brian LePort and then Claude Mariottini asked whether biblioblogs are dying. No, they aren't. Of course, Brian went on to ask the question in a manner more focused on blogs about the Bible run by laypeople and students. With more professors and professionals blogging, there may well be a decline in interest in some biblioblogs. [Read More...]

February 2014 Biblical Studies Carnival

Phil Long pointed out yesterday that the next Biblical Studies Carnival was imminent, and that he needs volutneers for future ones. It has now appeared as Mossissimus Mose. Bob Macdonald has volunteered to host the next one. See also the latest round-up of Hebrews-related posts. [Read more...]

Biblical Studies Carnival

Mitch Chase has posted the latest Biblical Studies Carnival, rounding up last month’s blogging about the academic study of the Bible. The Hebrews carnival is now called “Hebrews Highlights” and has likewise been posted. And Phil Long lets you know where the next few upcoming carnivals will be hosted.   [Read more...]

SBLAARggers Gathering

Brian Le Port posted about the annual bibliobloggers' gathering for this year's SBL and AAR annual meeting in Baltimore. I think that it is high time that we fully included the AAR folks. And so let's start calling it the SBLAARggers Gathering. We agreed in the past that #SBLAAR is a better hashtag to use, [Read More...]

Biblioblog Top 225

Peter Kirby has made a ranking of biblioblogs using a different method than has been used in the past: by number of other sites linking there. Exploring Our Matrix comes in at #10. Click through to see the others.   [Read more...]

The Landscape of the Religion Blogosphere

I’m not sure that I was aware of the report, released in 2010, about the “New Landscape of the Religion Blogosphere.” I was directed to it by another blog that I was previously unaware of, Religion Scholars in Progress. Both will potentially be useful to those who are focusing on the theme of Biblical studies [Read More...]

Press Publish Interview

Josh Mann has been conducting and posting interviews with Biblical scholars who blog, and the latest one is the interview that I did. Previously he interviewed Peter Head, Peter Enns, Chris Keith, Nijay Gupta, Stephen Carlson, Mark Goodacre (twice), Scot McKnight, Anthony LeDonne, Mike Bird, Jim West, and Ben Witherington. Also relevant to academic biblioblogging, [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...]

Carnival Call

Philip Long put out the last call for submission for this month’s Biblical Studies Carnival. Meanwhile, the successor to the Dread Pirate NT Wrong has updated the list of Biblical Studies Carnivals and the Complete List of Biblioblogs. [Read more...]


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