Biblioblog

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A biblioblog is a blog with a significant focus on biblical studies.[1] A blogger of a biblioblog is termed a "biblioblogger." The activity of blogging on a biblioblog is termed "biblioblogging."

Society of Biblical Literature Affiliate Status[edit]

On September 11, 2009, the Society of Biblical Literature (SBL) granted "Bibliobloggers" affiliate status.[2] The SBL nonexclusively defined "Bibliobloggers" as "the over 300 people who blog about the Bible."

The first 'biblioblogger' section was held during the SBL's 2010 annual meeting, with Dr. Robert Cargill presiding. Drs. Jim Davila, Michael Barber, Christian Brady,[3] and James McGrath presented papers on the rise of biblioblogging and the need to consider online scholarship (or bloggership) as a legitimate means in conducting the critical studies of humanities.[4]

List of Biblioblogs[edit]

Biblioblogs are listed and ranked at The Biblioblog Top 50.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Boer, Roland; Kelso, Julie (2009). "Editorial". The Bible and Critical Theory. 5 (1). Retrieved 13 June 2016. 
  2. ^ http://www.sbl-site.org/publications/article.aspx?articleId=843 Bibliobloggers an SBL Affiliate
  3. ^ http://thechurchofjesuschrist.us/2010/11/two-of-the-biblioblogging-papers-presented-at-sbl10/
  4. ^ http://thechurchofjesuschrist.us/2010/11/more-thoughts-on-the-sbl10-biblioblogging-section/