Top 50 Biblioblogs (theoblogs need not apply)

The June 2010 rankings are out for the Top 50 Biblioblogs. Tragically, we’re not on it. Maybe this has something to do with the fact that we’re considered more of a theoblog than a biblioblog. That seems like an unfortunate dichotomy. Do we really want to separate theological discussion from biblical discussion like that? Of course not. Besides, we really like the Bible a lot and we post links to good discussions on biblical scholarship all the time.  I think we should start a grassroots campaign for the inclusion of biblically minded theoblogs on the list as well. (In case you haven’t noticed, I’m just trying to weasel my way onto the list.)

Others who comment here at least occasionally have received far more favorable treatment on the list.

About Marc Cortez

Theology Prof and Dean at Western Seminary, husband, father, & blogger, who loves theology, church history, ministry, pop culture, books, and life in general.

Posted on July 1, 2010, in Misc. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. Sometimes it comes down to the person doing it even knowing about your blog since he has to enter each URL into the system he uses. I would leave a comment suggesting the inclusion of this blog next time around. I bet it would crack #50 fast.

  2. But where’s the righteous indignation in that? How am I supposed to wax eloquently on the injustice of excluding theoblogs from consideration if it’s simply a matter of the list-maker not knowing that we exist? My desire to pound the pulpit on such a vital issue clearly trumps reality in this case.

  3. just drop a comment on the list over at jeremy’s, according to alexa, you are in the top 50. so you should tell him. im sure he will include you, he’s a good kid, even though he dresses like the unabomber

  4. Marc, I’ve contacted Jeremy to let him know that you shouldn’t be on the list. I don’t need any more good competition…

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