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Student Biblioblog Top 10 (November, 2010)

Jim West and Joel Watts again top out this month’s Biblioblog Top 50. Among these entries, the top 10 student biblioblogs for the month are:

Student Overall Author(s) Blog Alexa Score
1 2 Joel Watts Unsettled Christianity 112762
2 10 Jeremy Thompson Free Old Testament Audio Website Blog 247561
3 11 Scott Bailey Scotteriology 254643
4 13 Jonathan Robinson ξένος 331840
5 14 Thomas Verenna The Musings of Thomas Verenna 337137
6 17 Mark Stevens Scripture, Ministry, and the People of God 372159
7 22 Brian LePort, JohnDave Medina, and Robert Jimenez Near Emmaus: Christ and Text 412289
8 24 Phillip Long Reading Acts 441701
9 30 Stephen Smuts Biblical Paths 484094
10 33 Gavin Rumney Otagosh 514808

As always, updates and corrections are welcome, particularly for those who may have recently matriculated or graduated.

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3 thoughts on “Student Biblioblog Top 10 (November, 2010)

  1. Thanks for this; I’m glad to see that we humble students are recognized! 😉

    Posted by Tom Verenna | December 1, 2010, 7:02 pm

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