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February 2011 Biblioblog Review

Matthew Crowe has February’s Biblical Studies Carnival. In February’s biblioblog rankings, Jim West and Joel Watts again top the Biblioblog Top 50 Alexa chart, and James McGrath and Daniel Kirk top the vote-based rankings.

By Alexa rank, then, February’s Student Biblioblog Top 10 lines up as follows:

Student Overall Author(s) Blog
1 2 Joel L. Watts Unsettled Christianity
2 3 Brian LePort, JohnDave Medina, Joshua Smith, and Mark Stevens Near Emmaus: Christ and Text
3 14 Thomas Verenna The Musings of Thomas Verenna
4 18 Daniel O. McClellan Daniel O. McClellan
5 23 Matthew Crowe A Fistful of Farthings
6 25 Jeremy Thompson Free Old Testament Audio Website Blog
7 26 Bob Hayton, Jason Skipper, Damien Garofalo, Will Dudding, Erik DiVietro, and Phil Dearmore KJV Only Debate
8 36 Phillip Long Reading Acts
9 39 Gavin Rumney Otagosh
10 44 Mitchell Powell Font Words

In addition, by vote, the following student biblioblogs have risen to the top this past month:

Student Overall Author(s) Blog
1 4 Brian LePort, JohnDave Medina, Joshua Smith, and Mark Stevens Near Emmaus: Christ and Text
2 7 Joel L. Watts Unsettled Christianity
3 9 Daniel O. McClellan Daniel O. McClellan

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

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