Here are the top 50 biblioblog (biblical studies blogs) for August 2012:
Posted by The Biblioblog Top 50 on August 31, 2012
Posted by The Biblioblog Top 50 on July 31, 2012
The Biblioblog Top 50 for July 2012 is as follows:
Posted by The Biblioblog Top 50 on June 30, 2012
The Biblioblog Top 50 for June 2012 is as follows:
Posted by The Biblioblog Top 50 on May 31, 2012
Here are the top biblical studies blogs for the month of May 2012:
Posted by The Biblioblog Top 50 on April 30, 2012
Here are the top biblical studies blogs for the month of April 2012:
Posted by The Biblioblog Top 50 on March 31, 2012
Here are the top biblical studies blogs for the month of March 2012:
Posted by The Biblioblog Top 50 on February 29, 2012
Here are the top biblical studies blogs for the month of February 2012:
Biblioblog rankings are provided on a day-by-day basis at the Biblioblog Reference Library.
Posted by The Biblioblog Top 50 on May 2, 2011
Rachel Marszalek, who blogs at Revising Reform, has joined the happy team that brings you the Complete List of Biblioblogs, Biblioblog Top 50, and Biblibloggers’ Top 10, and other things biblioblogical.
Thanks to Rachel for volunteering to help run the show here. On behalf of the crew here at the Biblioblog Top 50, we welcome you aboard!
Posted by The Biblioblog Top 50 on April 18, 2011
As announced recently, Steve Caruso is currently developing The Biblioblog Reference Library – which is now up and running, and looks like a fantastic hub for all blogging on biblical studies. The Biblioblog Reference Library contains a feed to all biblical studies blogs, based on The Complete List of Biblioblogs, as well as feature articles, posts by topic, and much more to come.
The Biblioblog Top 50 is also pleased to announce that Steve Caruso will be maintaining The Complete List of Biblioblogs, taking over from N.T. Wrong, who we understand has retired to a gated community somewhere in California.
So, if you want to be added to The Complete List of Biblioblogs, send an email to Steve, letting him know your name or screen-name, the blog name, its URL, and the category into which you think it should be listed on The Complete List of Biblioblogs:
Welcome to the team, Steve! And thank you for all your work in the past, N.T. Wrong, and happy retirement!
Posted by The Biblioblog Top 50 on April 5, 2011
Rod of Alexandria sends out an impassioned plea:
AN OPEN LETTER TO WOMEN WHO BLOG, WHO ARE IN SEMINARY/GRAD SCHOOL OR WHO JUST CARE ABOUT RELIGION,
To whom it may concern,
If you are a woman and are interested in theology, the Bible, religious studies, or anything related, no matter what the religious background, I invite you to consider joining the Biblioblogger community. It is quite easy to join us; all you have to do is:
“If you have a biblical studies or related blog which you wish to be added to the list, please email the URL, blog name, and blogger’s name to ntwrong[at]gmail.com.”
The Biblioblog rankings are just for fun, and there is no monetary prize, only bragging rights and noteriety…
The Biblioblog Top 50 not only backs Rod of Alexandria in this endeavor, but will provide a personal reply – woman to woman – from legendary blogger of old, N.T. Wrong, to any woman who signs up in the current month. Not only that, but we dedicate this month to one of the great woman bloggers, April DeConick, and decree that this month will be hereafter known as “April” in biblioblogging circles. And yet, the Biblioblog Top 50 will go even further. We will also oppose those forces of systemic gender inequality that exist to marginalize (but not in a victimy way, ok, April) women in academia and in academic biblical studies. In solidarity with all those who are othered by the hegemonic centre, we call on all bibliobloggers to discontinue blogging about those institutions which defend the status quo, such as the Bible, the political system, the churches, biblical studies, and the Biblical Archaeology Review - until such time as the system crumbles and falls! Ok?