Jeremy Thompson has August’s Biblioblog Top 50 available. Jim West remains in the top seat this month, despite Jeremy’s temporary coup d’état that had crowned Joel Watts. Still, Joel’s matriculation to United Theological Seminary earns him the top slot on August’s list of the top ten student biblioblogs. The full top-ten list is as follows:
|1||2||Joel L. Watts||The Church of Jesus Christ||108937|
|2||7||Stephen Smuts||Biblical Paths||210494|
|3||11||Mark Stevens||Scripture, Ministry, and the People of God||299339|
|5||18||Brian LePort, JohnDave Medina, and Robert Jimenez||Near Emmaus: Christ and Text||373283|
|6||19||Jeremy Thompson||Free Old Testament Audio Website Blog||436755|
|8||23||Bob Hayton, Jason Skipper, Damien Garofalo, Will Dudding, Erik DiVietro, and Phil Dearmore||KJV Only Debate||465858|
|10||38||Rick Mansfield||This Lamp||768595|
As with last month’s student rankings, updates and corrections are welcome, particularly for those who may have recently matriculated or graduated.
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