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The world of biblioblogs is large and growing. Below you will find a sampling of blogs that address the Hebrew Bible or related fields. Every effort is made to include only blogs which are substantially on-topic and updated regularly. Where possible, the descriptions of the blogs come from the blogs' authors themselves.
This blog is intended to facilitate the American Schools of Oriental Research’s mission “to initiate, encourage and support research into, and public understanding of, the peoples and cultures of the Near East from the earliest times.”
BLT is not just a sandwich. It’s also a blog. This particular blog is a place to discuss the Bible, other Literature, and its Translation. The conversation may include the history, theory, and practice of translating. And we’re not necessarily after agreement. We’d like to hear whatever you have to say. We are J. K. Gayle, Suzanne McCarthy, Craig R. Smith, and Theophrastus.
Dr. James F. McGrath is Clarence L. Goodwin Chair in New Testament Language and Literature at Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. He blogs about religion, the Bible, science fiction, evolution, and lots of other topics.
The BioLogos Forum, provides material to foster a serious and comprehensive discussion of Christian faith and the sciences. The articles and videos under the Forum banner feature voices that at times deeply disagree with one another on various aspects of biblical scholarship and theology.
Blog of Jim West, adjunct professor of Biblical Studies at the Quartz Hill School of Theology; adjunct professor of Biblical Languages and Literature at Foundation University (The Netherlands); and pastor of Petros Baptist Church, Petros, Tennessee
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