Biblioblogging: its now a city
There are now so many blogs that have an interest in the academic study of the Bible that no one, not even Jim West
(who spends most of his waking hours at the task) can keep track of them all.
Duane, however, has done a sterling job of summarising and listing some of the most (excitable and) interesting of last month's posts
in the traditional carnival, while keeping the size to an almost readable (if you ignore half the categories) post. This 2,500 word essay must have one of the lowest word to link ratios on the web, perhaps that is the secret of why Google loves the Carnivals ;)
And, if Duane's mamouth read suggests too many (new to you) blogs to read, then the infamous Bishop NT Wrong
has a list of the top fifty, half of which I have still never heard of... If this sounds like belated fin de siècle
weariness don't believe a word of it, it's just that the marking season has started :(