Biblioblog Top 50 (July, 2010)

Jeremy Thompson has July’s Biblioblog Top 50 available. Jim West and Joel Watts again take the top two spots respectively. The top ten student biblioblogs are:

StudentOverallAuthor(s)BlogAlexa Score
18Stephen SmutsBiblical Paths224909
29Matt DabbsKingdom Living228817
311Mark StevensScripture, Ministry, and the People of God240043
414Jeremy ThompsonFree Old Testament Audio Website Blog328123
515Brian LePort, JohnDave Medina, and Robert JimenezNear Emmaus: Christ and Text331730
616Scott BaileyScotteriology342515
718Gavin RumneyOtagosh408591
835JasonEis Doxan729697
936Rick MansfieldThis Lamp736522
1038Brandon WasonSitz im Leben791601

This table should represent this past month’s ten highest-ranked bibliobloggers or groups of bibliobloggers who are actively seeking a degree. If, however, I have erroneously included or omitted anyone, please note that fact here in the comments, and I will make the appropriate adjustment(s) for next month.

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7 responses to “Biblioblog Top 50 (July, 2010)”

  1. Brian LePort Avatar

    *chanting* We’re #5! We’re #5!

    1. David Stark Avatar

      Indeed. 🙂 Congratulations to you good sirs!

  2. Mark Stevens Avatar

    Brilliant. Thanks for doing this up!

    1. David Stark Avatar

      You’re quite welcome. My pleasure!

  3. mattdabbs Avatar

    Already have my degree. Thanks for the link though 🙂

    1. David Stark Avatar

      Ah, well, belated congratulations, and thanks so much for letting me know.

  4. David Stark Avatar

    Apparently, the number 10 slot for July rightfully belongs to Rodney Thomas.

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