The Biblioblog Top 50 Welcomes Some New Faces…

… including yours truly!

So who are the shakers and movers in biblical studies blogging for the month of July 2009? V. Henry T. Nguyen (Punctuated Life) enters the elite top 3, with Peter M. Lopez (Beauty of the Bible) one place behind at No. 4. Dave Black (Dave Black Online) is up 30 places to No. 8, Mike Whitenton (Ecce Homo) is up 35 places to No. 11, and ElShaddai Edwards (He Is Sufficient) is up 36 places to No. 14. Brandon Wason (Sitz im Leben) soared 112 places to No. 20,  Robert C. Kashow (Tolle Lege!) rose 86 places to No. 25, Matthew Burgess (Confessions of a Bible Junkie) charged up 110 places to No. 32, and Greek biblioblogger Ekaterini G. Tsalampouni (Ιστολόγιο βιβλικών σπουδών / Biblical Studies Blog) rose 125 places to No. 34. In addition, debutants [sic] CD-Host (Church Discipline, No. 19) and Stephen Smuts (Biblical Paths, No. 29) made strong entries into the Top 50.

The complete rankings, which include statistics for every member of the Complete List of Biblioblogs for the first time, are available here.  The initimable Jim West retains his crown for the fifth consecutive month, with Joel Watts right behind.  Congratulations to this month’s top biblioblogs, and thanks to all the readers who vaulted me into this elite group for the first time!  Hopefully the best is yet to come.


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