Who is a Biblioblogger?
Phil Harland has a post "Mark Goodacre on the "God-blogging" phenomenon and academic blogs
" responding to Mark's (now famous) "What would Jesus blog?
Phil makes a neat clear distinction between Biblioblogs and Godblogs, and says
Perhaps the term biblioblogs is most appropriate only to the latter in cases where the focus is on historical study of biblical writings or cognate areas.
Such neat clear distinctions are dangerous, I like them not!
I teach Hebrew Bible, in both a state university and a church seminary, I blog. Sometimes I blog about the Hebrew Bible (am I a biblioblogger?)
Often I blog about teaching or studying the Hebrew Bible (so am I a real biblioblogger?)
I am also a Christian, I sometimes blog about this aspect of my life (help, I'm not a biblioblogger, I must be a Godblogger... and I missed the con...).
No, such distinctions are daft. Biblioblogger is simply a convenient name for a bunch of bloggers who read each other's stuff and comment on it! It's a club, so please don't make membership TOO restrictive...