The top 50 biblioblogs (and more) for the March ’15 quarter:
See the complete list at: http://peterkirby.com/top-50-spring-2015.html
Are you interested in maintaining The Complete List of Biblioblogs? Or The Complete List of Facebook Biblical Studies page? Or the Biblical Studies Carnival List?
Then The Biblioblog Top 50 wants you!
We are looking for volunteers to keep each of these lists up to date. Preferably, the task would suit a biblioblogger, but we welcome anybody who is interested.
If you would like to help, please email biblioblogtop50 [at] yahoo.com!
The Biblioblog Top 50 is pleased to announce that the site now includes The Complete List of Facebook Biblical Studies Pages.
Mark Hoffmann recently noted on Mark Goodacre’s NT Blog that the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine had archived the “Featured Blogger Interviews” from the now defunct biblioblogs.com (Brandon Wason, John Hobbins and Jim West).
As these will undoubtedly be of interest to many biblical studies bloggers and their readers, and for ease of access, these are now archived here at the Biblioblog Top 50.
See: Featured Blogger Interviews
Mark Goodacre, “Biblioblogs.com still defunct,” June 26, 2013
Mark Goodacre, “The joy of failed predictions,” June 26, 2013
We have recently updated the List of Biblical Studies Carnivals.
The Biblical Studies Carnival is a monthly carnival showcasing the best of blog posts in the area of academic biblical studies. It commenced in March 2005, with Joel Ng’s carnival (archived on The Biblioblog Top 50), was revived by Tyler Williams for the month of January 2006, and – with the odd hiatus – has continued ever since. The latest Carnival, covering the month of May 2013, was the 88th Biblical Studies Carnival.
Please do have a browse of this excellent resource.
The Complete List of Biblioblogs, which lists every blog whose primary interest is academic biblical studies, has been updated on The Biblioblog Top 50. We regret that the list had not been sufficiently updated over the last two years and we are now seeking to restore it as a useful tool for biblical studies bloggers and their users.
If you are aware of any blogs which should be added to the list, or any other changes which should be made, please email biblioblogtop50 [at] yahoo.com.
For users’ convenience, the top 20 and top 50 biblioblogs are indicated beside each relevant biblical studies blog. Rankings will be revised quarterly, and will take into account the biblical studies content and the impact and popularity of the blog (i.e. applying standard X Factor rules, mutatis mutandis). The first quarterly update will take place for the quarter ending 30 June 2013.