… at Other Food. Thanks to Violet for hosting the carnival!
… at All Things New. Thanks to Deb for hosting!
It turns out I’m #22 on the list of the top 40 referrers to Adrian Warnock, a site I listed under five sites I read because I disagree. Glad to help, Adrian!
A leading light in Christian blogging, with a challenging and varied blog, has gone on to glory after a battle with cancer. Chaplain Mike provides the news at the Internet Monk.
My friend Ed Brayton of Dispatches from the Culture Wars, who encouraged me to get into blogging, has just attained a great new record–over 1,000,000 page views for the month of March. Congratulations!
Well, at least he’s finding the blogosphere boring. He finds that there are only two interesting Christian bloggers left, James McGrath and Eddie Arthur. What’s interesting is that, while I don’t seem to generally agree with David as to what is interesting, I agree with him that those two bloggers are very interesting. I read…
He has been appointed to the newly revived Clarence Goodwin chair of New Testament Language and Literature at Butler University. My only question is how a university allows a chair like that to remain unfilled for 60 years. Thanks is very much due to the person who discovered the omission.
Here are the ten most popular posts of 2009, as determined by my wp-stats plugin: Does Gordon Fee Discard Part of the Bible? ESV vs KJV (Better Bibles Blog) Suppressed and Talking about it Everywhere Criticism Example: The Parable of the Sower Translating Psalm 46 Seventh-day Adventist Education and Evolution Can Anyone Identify this Spider? On…
Someone, or perhaps more than one person, found this blog through the search “libertarian women in ephesus,” resulting in four page views. I have no idea what post that search would lead to. The phrase “libertine women” leaps to mind, but I’m pretty sure I have never used that phrase on this blog. Search phrases…
My company is sponsoring a Christianity related blogging/essay contest, with prizes to include gift cards from Barnes & Noble. Detail are on the Energion Publications blog.