Posted by: Petros | February 12, 2009

Biblioblogs and dying e-mail lists

Updated

BiblioblogsTop50 has a list of Bible blogs (including Palabre and Acta Pauli). Some of these blogs are authored by very respected people in the field of biblical studies.

I signed up for Corpus Paulinum today which started in 1999 as a listserv discussion group (e-mail group:  see archives here; my contributions are republished here) and then two years ago became a Yahoo group because of spam.  But the activity for Corpus Paulinum has become sparse.  It would appear to me that people are preferring to blog in groups like ours, as opposed to having an e-mail group discussion.  Therefore, Palabre is on the cutting-edge.  But then again, it will likely be replaced by something better one day.  I don’t know what that will be.


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