I just made a new friend in the blogging world. You know, it really is truly a global world we live in anymore. John is from India, and is quite well learned. You can read about him on his about page, but he has a good blog – you should follow him. 🙂
Jason shares 5 reasons why he blogs here.
I have shared my reasons here.
If you aren’t blogging yet, why not?
If not now, when?
Well, that’s kinda cool, I managed somehow to get back into the supposed (not to be taken too seriously though it is done by alexa ratings, etc) Top-50 Bliblioblogs list at #40….. 🙂
this latest biblical studies carnival is probably the most comprehensive one I have ever seen – if you are even remotely interested in any element of biblical studies via the medium of blogging (ie., biblioblogging) – there is something in here for you! lol!
As of right now I have 902 hits/views – in just 12 days, I passed the number of hits I got on blogger over 2 years. If you, like Chris Tilling, the infamous Englishmen who “blogs” over at Chrisendom, are still using blogger, do consider switching over. Really. Think about.
I just wanted open with you so you all would know I fully recognized this is NOT a “biblioblog!” Well, we all knew that already! I just wanted to be clear about it – that I also don’t intend to be one either. I plan to be more eclectic, covering issues in missions, general theology, pastoral ministry-theology, some biblical studies, books I read, and other miscellaneous events and topics. I know I said I don’t really have a lot of time to blog but I would like to as able and may try to take some of Nick’s advice. It seems he keeps the KISS principle: “Keep It Super Simple.”
Hope this helps! Wahoo!! I am NOT a biblioblogger!! I am Free!!!