Saturday, November 24, 2018

A review of the list of Biblioblogs



The turnover in bloggers from the first carnival I hosted in 2012, exactly 6 years ago, is substantial. There is no easy way to find out who is current, who is useful, who else there is outside of the western English-speaking world and so on. 

This list of links is not the carnival. That is scheduled for Dec 1. Tell me if you have links you would like in the carnival.

The Biblioblog Library is no longer posting. These are the blogs on the list. If there is a date then it is the last post that I saw prior to Nov 1. Many of these blogs are really hard to find things on. Many have distracting ads. Though exhausting to read through one by one, it is far from exhaustive.

Here are their latest links in November up to Nov 24 if there were any. Otherwise there is a date of last posting in the format used on the subject blog. Most of these blogs are still somewhat active. I will not necessarily be checking these again.

Ancient Near East
  • Aren Maeir
  • Bob Cargill Oct 15, 2018
  • Will Hart Brown Sept 21, 2018
  • Eric M. Vanden Eykel Aug 22, 2018
Christian Origins
Commercial
General Biblical Studies
Gospels
Greco-Roman Culture
Hebrew Bible
New Testament
New Testament and Early Christian Textual Criticism
Septuagint
Textual Criticism
  • Cláudia Andréa Prata Ferreira December 30, 2017
  • Drew Longacre OCTOBER 22, 2018
  • Ezra Chwat 11/06/2018
  • Tommy Wasserman et al
Theory and Reception: David B. Gowler


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