I noticed this morning that someone accessed a post on this blog from a blog I thought was no longer available: Emerging from Babel. Its successor blog, to my surprise, is also (again?) available, now titled: all songs lead back t’ the sea. Imagine my surprise to discover that the author of these blogs now is: ntWrong. The man gets around.
Note to Steve Caruso: Stephen’s two blogs are among the most important in the annals of biblical blogging. Right up there with Doug Chaplin’s old Metacatholic: yes, Metacatholic, too, is at least in part available, in that case, thanks to the Wayback Machine.
It seems to me nonetheless that Stephen aka ntWrong has indulged in ethnic cleansing on some of his comment threads. At the very least, I cannot find some of the conversations we once had on his threads.
This post may be old hat to those familiar with the N T Wrong Disambiguation Notice (left sidebar, at bottom). I still wonder, though, about the most (in)famous names in anonymous biblical blogging. Will the identity of their authors – you know, the Stephens and Dougs [not Doug Ch., another Doug] and Deanes of this world – ever become public knowledge? Should they?