Blogging: The Bulletin for the Study of Religion

The current issue of BSR arrived today loaded with fantastic essays by such luminaries as Jim West, James McGrath, Robert Cargill, Roland Boer, and James Crossley.  It seems the issue is devoted to the subject of blogging and the academy.

You’ll enjoy it.  Especially Cargill, Boer, and Crossley’s contributions (though the others are good too).

6 thoughts on “Blogging: The Bulletin for the Study of Religion

  1. steph 17 Sep 2010 at 1:43 pm

    excuse me???!!! Is thy name Tintin? 😉

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    • Jim 17 Sep 2010 at 1:45 pm

      i knew the mere mention of myself would strike you as odd! but im also still miles and miles behind other bloggers who mention everything they ever even think of writing, reviewing, or every speaking engagement they’ve ever had, will have, or hope to have. so me 1, them 209,999,321 (and like in golf, high scores are bad).
      so there!
      😉

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  2. steph 17 Sep 2010 at 2:01 pm

    oh I actually think you did it deliberately in mock imitation and then withdrew it quickly in the next sentence… and it is only Tintin really who is so outrageously guilty of such vile self promotion – and it isn’t even worth promoting. Mind you, who else would promote it… 😉

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  3. […] Biblioblogging in BSR Posted on September 18, 2010 by sheffieldbiblicalstudies| Leave a comment Via Jim West. […]

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  4. Esteban Vázquez 20 Sep 2010 at 10:28 pm

    Well, how cool is this?!

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  5. […] which hosts a number of articles discussing the phenomenon known as “biblioblogging” (Jim and James mention the issue). I’m honored to have garnished a footnote in the history of […]

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