Blog Archives

Complete list of biblioblogs

NT Wrong has updated his Complete List of Biblioblogs. It’s an impressive list of blogs covering each of these areas:

The biblioblogs are categorized as follows:

  1. General Biblical Studies
  2. Theory and Reception
  3. Biblical and Religious Studies
  4. Hebrew Bible / Early Judaism
  5. Early Judaism and ANE
  6. Early Judaism and Judaism
  7. New Testament / Early Christianity
  8. Early Christianity and Greco-Roman Culture
  9. Textual Criticism, Translation, and Linguistics
  10. Technical and Software

In addition, Related Blogs with a different primary focus to biblical studies are categorized as follows:

  1. Christian Spiritual, Theological, Homiletic, Patristics
  2. Judaica
  3. Atheist / Agnostic / Non-Christian
  4. Religious Studies
  5. Modern Languages
  6. Ancient Languages
  7. Commercial Journal and Publisher Blogs
  8. ANE & Mediterranean Archaeology Blogs

So, if you’re looking for some new blogs to follow, this would definitely be the place to start.

Flotsam and jetsam (10/1)

Flotsam and jetsam (8/22)

  • Steve Holmes has an excellent post on the importance and the limitations of analytic philosophy for doing theology.
  • NYT has an interesting article on the practice of stoning people for committing adultery in Muslim countries today. It certainly makes you think twice about biblical descriptions of stoning.
  • Here’s a lecture from Donal MacLeod on our debt to the Scottish reformation.
  • Daniel Kirk does a very nice job explaining why he blogs: becoming part of the biblical studies community, engaging arguments in a less threatening environment, continuing his own theological education, and hearing from former students.
  • And, Tim Challies comments on Andrew Keen’s idea that the internet can be compared to a million monkeys banging away at a keyboard in the vain hope that one of them will produce something interesting. As one of those monkeys, I’d like to send a shout out the all the other monkeys out there.