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Dang, that's disappointing. I was hoping, when I saw the post title, that you had actually managed somehow or other to create an actual world map with bloggers locations marked. This isn't a map. It's a list.

Matt Dabbs

Thank you for all the great links. That is very helpful.

John Hobbins

Jim, it is disappointing.

I began to compile geographical, confessional, frequency of posting, and other numbers, but ran out of time. Plus, I don't know the first thing about graphics.

Roger Pearse

Honoured as I am to be listed as a professor, I am but a humble amateur.

John Hobbins

Well, Roger, would that we were all amateurs of your caliber.


you could add to the list...

John Hobbins

Sure will, Mike. As soon as I posted the list, excellent bloggers I failed to mention started to come to mind.

Rob Bradshaw

A very useful post - I will be using it next time I update my blogrolls.


The mother of all biblioblogrolls. Whoawa.

I'll wait patiently for the spinning globe with little color-coded lights hyperlinked to blogs.

John Hobbins

Rob, I just want to thank you for your great site. It is a treasure trove.

I wish I knew how to do what you're waiting for, Lingamish.


Thanks for adding us to the list! We've posted about your endeavor and added the list to our links.

Chip Hardy

What a great list!!! Thanks for all the work.

Kevin P. Edgecomb

Kyrie! Boy, that's quite a list! Thanks for all that work, John. You've given us a whole bunch of reading for the weekend. I'd say at least half of them are ones I've never seen before. Fun!


I'm honored to be a part of your list. And, thanks so much for your kind words a few posts ago. I think we have a common love for Roma. Bless her. Bless you.

Claude Mariottini


Great list. You mentioned several blogs that were unknown to me. In the future, I am planning to visit the new blogs and read some of their posts. You always learn new things from people who love the Bible as much as we do.

Great work.

Claude Mariottini

Chris Weimer

Stephen Carlson should also have his status upgraded from layman to student, as he recently started attending Duke. And many thanks for the honor of mention. Kudos for such a fine list.

Chris Weimer

John Hobbins

Will do, Chris. I plan to revise the list and make corrections tomorrow.

Peter Nathan

Torrey Seland had a facility linked to his blog which located the commentator on a map of the world. Perhaps Brandon Wason at Biblioblogs could provide a similar link. Great work with the posts John.

John Hobbins

My goodness, Peter, you have been metablogging at a fast and furious pace, haven't you?

I will update and link to your work on the main carnival post. Thanks for all you do.

Bill Ross

You might want to add me to your list. I have a blog connected with my new book, "Bible Shockers!" at:


Bill Ross

a humble (I pray) sinner

Considering so called Christian bloggers, or other concerns, I think that first Baptists and other who observe “Christians” in both politics and the pulpit have to consider also this video, a disturbing exploration of the theology of the pastor Paul Washer addressing this issue, in his own words:

“Paul Washer- Is American "Christianity" really Christian? ”

Jay Larson

John, thanks for including the Aedificium in your list here. I noticed some people accessing my site through yours here, and this is a remarkable resource.

I'm also involved in the Iconic Books Blog as well.

Charles Halton

Nice John, great work!


Thank you for this excellent list - and thanks for including us.



Very nice list! Here are two more who are professors:
Lawson Stone, OT Professor, Asbury Seminary (spotty posting, but alive)

Matt Harmon, NT Professor, Grace Theological Seminary



tq for listing my blog twice (but under professor? whoa. i am just an OT lecturer as there are no 'professorships' in my seminary).

but thanks for the great list. we'll be surfing a long time on it.


Could you define biblio blog? I have what I would think is a biblio blog but I'm not a student at a seminary, pastor or scholar as listed above.

Nick Meyer

Another to add under professors is David Miller's blog:

Chris Spinks

Glad to see my infrequently updated blog (katagrapho) in the list. However, it is incorrectly listed under students. I graduated in June 2006. I now work for a publisher, and so would be better placed under 'Scholars who are otherwise gainfully employed.' Thanks.
D. Christopher "Chris" Spinks

Nick Meyer

Thanks for the mention!

One more to add to professors: David Miller's

Doug Chaplin

John, (very helpful piece of work BTW - Thanks)in your first category you have Dilettante Exeget listed twice (under D and T), but with slightly different author names (the second is wrong I think)


Thanks, Doug.

dave b

Here are a few other publishers who are maintaining blogs these days (HT to Chris Spinks):



Oxford University Press (Religion):


Thanks, Dave. I already have IVP and Eisenbrauns (which I treat as Spinti's own blog, entitled "idle musings of a bookseller").

OUP I'm not sure about. I've read it on occasion. It seems kind of bland, as if put together by an employee, not a human being.


Great list.
I have actually discontinued my blogging pursuits, so Palimpsest is no more.
But I will continue to follow the blogs.



I will miss your blog. I hope you leave a comment then and again.

Michael Barber

Thanks for all your hard work--this was a great idea for a post. Thanks also for the mention!


Does this compendious list include audio blogs? If so please consider my 5 Minute Bible ( in the list.


I don't see why not, Tim. I'm happy to add you.

Ekaputra Tupamahu

John, thanks for including me in the list. You have done a good job. I really appreciate it.

Jeff Reimer

Thanks for the link!

Martin Elderling

I would just like to point out that "otherwise gainfully employed" seems a slightly odd way of categorizing a UCLA graduate student. Incidentally, Robert Cargill's "Virtual Qumran" film has been the object of a crushing review available on the University of Chicago website.

What troubles me is that Mr. Cargill's gainful employment seems to have kept him from answering any of the allegations contained in the above-cited review. No doubt silence is not an admission of guilt, but it seems to me that either the author of the review is wrong, in which case the allegations should be answered; or he's right, in which case it would be extremely worrisome that such a film is being projected to thousands of people every day in a major museum exhibit, while hundreds of bible blogs stand by without saying a word.

Let's show some responsibility, folks, and call on Mr. Cargill to respond to the allegations.


It's nice to know that Robert Cargill is a grad student. Cargill's film, in any case, is a fine piece of work.

The pars destruens of Norman Golb's argument, on the other hand, rides roughshod over a lot of data. The pars costruens captures some important data, but reads too much into them.

Martin Elderling

I take it you referring not to Golb's review of the film, but to his argument about the origins of the Dead Sea Scrolls? If so, do Hirschfeld's book Qumran in Context and the official Israel Antiquities Report by Magen and Peleg also ride roughshod over a lot of data? See the Magen and Peleg report at


Thanks for the link, Martin. I hope to take a look at it soon.

Helen Brown

Please add the Accordance Blog written mainly by David Lang:


Thank you, Helen. I will.

Pat McCullough

John, thanks for such a great list. I'm wondering if you wouldn't mind updating the URL for kata ta biblia to

Thanks so much!



Will do, Pat.

Radical Atheist

It's a nice list, but you really don't have to work to attach so much weight, do you?

Aggrandizing the worth of your own belief system is not what your belief system is about. Idolatry, even if the object is the bible, is wrong, according to the bible.


So-called Bible believers have attached so many weights to the Bible, radical atheist, that it would have sunk to the bottom of the sea long ago -

if it were not for its intrinsic qualities.

Esteban Vázquez

Dear John, as per your woefully overlooked proposal here:

PC: "Estaban" should read "Esteban Vázquez". ETC

J. Matthew Barnes


Would you consider listing my blog on your list as well? I'm a PhD student at Fuller Seminary and my blog is about biblical interpretation and Pauline theology.



Esteban and Matthew,

your wish is my command. Matthew, that's one fine blog you have.


Very insightful its always good to get a second opinion on bible affairs

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Great list. You mentioned several blogs that were unknown to me. In the future, I am planning to visit the new blogs and read some of their posts. You always learn new things from people who love the Bible as much as we do.

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It's a nice list, but you really don't have to work to attach so much weight, do you?

Aggrandizing the worth of your own belief system is not what your belief system is about. Idolatry, even if the object is the bible, is wrong, according to the bible.

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Glad to see my infrequently updated blog in the list. However, it is incorrectly listed under students. I graduated in June 2006. I now work for a publisher, and so would be better placed under 'Scholars who are otherwise gainfully employed.'


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