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March 2011 Biblioblog Review

Having been away this past weekend, I have just gotten to pull March’s top student biblioblogs. March’s top 10 by Alexa rank are:

Student Overall Author(s) Blog
1 2 Joel Watts Unsettled Christianity
2 6 Brian LePort, JohnDave Medina, Joshua Smith, Mark Stevens Near Emmaus: Christ and Text
3 13 Amanda Mac, Rodney Thomas, Chad Pressley Political Jesus
4 17 Matthew Crowe A Fistful of Farthings
5 27 Jeremy Thompson Free Old Testament Audio Website Blog
6 28 Phillip Long Reading Acts
7 29 Scott Bailey Scotteriology
8 31 Mitchell Powell Font Words
9 36 Gavin Rumney Otagosh
10 38 Bob Hayton, Jason Skipper, Damien Garofalo, Will Dudding, Erik DiVietro, and Phil Dearmore KJV Only Debate

By vote, March’s top student biblioblogs are:

Student Overall Author(s) Blog
1 4 Brian LePort, JohnDave Medina, Joshua Smith, Mark Stevens Near Emmaus: Christ and Text
2 6 Joel Watts Unsettled Christianity
3 9 Amanda Mac, Rodney Thomas, Chad Pressley Political Jesus

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

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