Tag: Blogging

  • New Testament Interpretation Has Moved

    After several years’ blogging at jdavidstark.com, the site has now moved into its own domain at jdavidstark.com. All of the site’s links and RSS feeds should redirect automatically. But, you may see somewhat faster service by coming directly to jdavidstark.com or subscribing directly to jdavidstark.com/feed/rss/. The Twitter handle has moved from @ntinterp to @jdavidstark, and…

  • A Westminster Bookstore Blog Partner Program Automatic Link Builder for Firefox

    Tommy Keene notes the revival of an automatic link builder for Firefox and the Westminster Bookstore’s blog partner program. Tommy’s earlier Firefox search bar add-on for the Westminster Bookstore is also a very helpful tool.

  • Michael Kruger Is Blogging

    Apparently, Michael Kruger, Professor of New Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary, is now blogging at Canon Fodder and tweeting @michaeljkruger (HT: Lane Keister).

  • Busiest Months to Date

    Although it’s a bit belated, I just noticed this morning that February and March have been the busiest months at New Testament Interpretation to date. Thanks so much to all of you who have been interested in visiting.

  • Advice for Academic Blogging

    Although the post is now comparatively a bit dated, Corey Tomsons still has some very good advice about academic blogging (HT: Kirk Lowery via Facebook). http://thoughtcapital.wordpress.com/2007/03/11/how-to-write-an-academic-blog/

  • Biblioblog Unit Steering Committee Formed

    Jim West reports that the steering committee for the Society of Biblical Literature’s Biblioblog Program Unit has been formed. The committee will initially consist of April DeConick, Mark Goodacre, Stephanie Fisher, and Robert Cargill. The committee will begin working with plans for the 2010 SBL meeting in Atlanta. Update: Christian Brady has also joined the…