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 students and academic blogging in preparation for the session at SBL in November.

 

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  • http://lotharlorraine.wordpress.com/ Lothar Lorraine

    Hello James, is it possible to find somewhere a ranking of the most popular religious blogs, in the English-speaking world?

    Or did I perhaps overlook something?

    I fear that progressive Christians are a small minority in comparison to conservative Evangelicals holding fast on inerrancy.

    This isn’t giving a good image of Christendom to the world.

    Friendly greetings from Europe.

    Lothars Sohn – Lothar’s son

    http://lotharlorraine.wordpress.com

    • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/religionprof/ James F. McGrath

      All the “ranking” sites I’ve seen are attempts to get traffic to their own site by offering such lists, rather than anything official or scientific.