BiblioBlog Rankings August 2010

Again, no surprises here …

*** Joel Watts ***

is BiblioBlogger of the month …

Just kidding ;-).  It was really …

*** Jim West ***

again.

Not much else to say right now, or really that I can say right now…  Like many of you my teaching just started for the semester …At any rate, check out where you are.

* And, by the way, please make sure before you email me that you are checking your Alexa “ONE MONTH” stats before you comment or email me that you are not ranked where you should be.  Not trying to be ugly, but this happens at least once a month.  The rankings that you see at the bottom of your website are your three month stats.  It may be that the stats are genuinely wrong, though I’m not sure why.  But, please double check them before you email


Rank Blogger Blog Name Alexa Rank
1 Jim West Zwinglius Redivivus 67444
2 Joel L. Watts Church of Jesus Christ, The 108937
3 John Loftus Debunking Christianity 122834
4 Matthew and Madeleine MandM 131985
5 James McGrath Exploring Our Matrix 157741
6 Marc Cortez Scientia et Sapientia 192470
7 Stephen Smuts Biblical Paths 210494
8 Dan Wallace Contra Mundane 240563
9 Todd Bolen Bible Places 251402
10 Neil Godfrey Vridar 255299
11 Mark Stevens Scripture, Ministry, and the People of God 299339
12 Glenn Peoples Say Hello to my Little Friend 311212
13 Ferrell Jenkins Ferrell’s Travel Blog 315949
14 Matt Dabbs Kingdom Living 317709
15 Scott Bailey Scotteriology 332160
16 Jeff Oien Scripture Zealot 364821
17 T.C. Robinson New Leaven 371117
18 Brian LePort Near Emmaus: Christ and Text 373283
19 Jeremy Thompson Free Old Testament Audio Website Blog 436755
20 Jason Skipper Pastoral Musings 450513
21 Craig Blomberg New Testament Musings 454799
22 Gavin Rumney Otagosh 462138
23 Bob Hayton, Jason Skipper et al KJV Only Debate 465858
24 Tim Bulkeley Sansblogue 474792
25 Jason Skipper, et al Re: Fundamentals 494451
26 Ari Ari’s Blog of Awesomeness 521736
27 Chris Tilling Chrisendom 544254
28 Michael S. Heiser Naked Bible, The, PaleoBabble, UFO Religions, Every Thought Captive 549820
29 Daniel O. McClellan Maklelan 599274
30 Henry Neufeld Participatory Bible Study Blog 622393
31 Bob Hayton Fundamentally Reformed 634754
32 Robert Cargill Official Blog of Robert R. Cargill, The 667284
33 Jonathan Robinson Xenos 677345
34 Mark Goodacre NT Blog 678769
35 Nick Norelli Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth 680299
36 Doug Chaplin Clay Boy 684329
37 Tim Bulkeley 5 Minute Bible 728446
38 Rick Mansfield This Lamp 768595
39 Craig Simul Iustus et Peccator 770146
40 Esteban Vázquez Voice of Stefan 770972
41 Jason Eis Doxan 800300
42 Douglas Mangum Biblia Hebraica 810111
43 Dave Black Dave Black Online 855613
44 John Hobbins Ancient Hebrew Poetry 859170
45 Brandon Wason Sitz im Leben 878188
46 Thomas Verenna Musings of Thomas Verenna, The 907775
47 Tommy Wasserman, et al Evangelical Textual Criticism 926265
48 Andy Naselli Thoughts on Exegetical, Biblical, Historical, Systematic, and Practical Theology 954074
49 Michael Barber, Brant Pitre & John Bergsma Sacred Page, The 993629
50 A K M Adam AKMA’s Random Thoughts 1051386

23 Comments

  • i was just going to email you and complain that you got some obscure bloggers stats wrong… but you didn’t. so i can only complain that somehow or other i’m not #1. oh wait… i guess i was channeling loftus!
    😉

    • jim, jim, jim …. picking fights in my blog comments. i might have to dock you a few alexa points for that (or in the case of alexa tack on points). do you want joel to be #1 for unsportsman like conduct?

  • Oh brother. Jim West?! This takes me back.

  • […] at Free Old Testament Audio.  And I have now dropped to #30.  […]

  • I was hamstrung by a Christian spammer who goes by “DM.” His goal is to force skeptics to moderate comments which in turn reduced my rankings on Alexa. It’s nice to have found a way to deal with him and be back where I belong for now.

  • […] 1, 2010 by Fr Stephen Smuts Jeremy gives us the BiblioBlog Rankings for August 2010 with a sense of humour that almost caught us off […]

  • i’m hamstrung by the bloggers boycotting me…

    why yes, unsportsmanlike conduct… i like it!

  • Back where you belong John? You belong beneath me.

  • So…Madeleine, you like being on top, eh?

    Too much information. 😉

  • But Madeleine, don’t forget where you are, okay? You’re down under.

    You’ll always be beneath me in that sense. That is, until you and Matt move up in the world, so to speak.

  • Hey, I’m back! Cool. I guess one just needs to start writing regularly. 😉

  • […] second, the Biblioblog rankings for August are out. Jeremy’s done a great job putting all of this together and highlighting a number of […]

  • je suis arrivée!!

    Huzzah! Thanks Jeremy.

  • How might one join this group of elite writers? I have tried several times to get my blog included on the biblioblog list, unsuccessfully. My alexa rating (1 mo) is good enough to be on this list – not that it would give me any rewards (heavenly or otherwise).

  • justin ive looked at your blog. you have no blogroll. you have 4 links- but no evidence of interaction with others.

    blogging is a community and bloggers are conversationalists, not monologue-ists.

  • “So…Madeleine, you like being on top, eh?”

    John are you thinking about converting to Christianity? (I understand there is a history of these things going together.)

  • I call shenanigans on the whole lot of it! Parable of the Bloggers’ Feast

    • I think you can only call shenanigans if you’re Irish. Isn’t that a thing? Are you irish?

  • Irish? Bah. “If it’s not Scottish, it’s crap!”

    • Well I still don’t think you can call shenanigans.

  • Can I call “Not Scottish”?

    • “Not Scottish”? I’m not sure that’s a thing that you can call.

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