...lyrics have little to do with the post - "Walk the dinosaur" just popped into my head for no reason, other than perhaps it is a little related. This song mixes some quite profound lyrics with some downright strangely simple ones:
The Biblical Studies Carnival which collates the best posts from the biblioblogs on a monthly basis contains all sorts of wacky and non-bible related topics.
But, on the other hand at biblioblogs you can also find there the latest news on discoveries whether they prove to be real or not, like the lead codices, and read the thoughts that will eventually become mashed into the latest books on biblical-related issues. If you want to see what sorts of things are coming through, join the twitter stream publicising the latest contributions here.
If you are working your way through theological college, you have something to contribute every time you are working your way through an essay and you'll probably find lots of stimulating conversation to engage in about your topic.
If you have interest in the bible and are just down-right puzzled by parts of it, this could be a resource for you.
I have joined the author team over at Biblioblogs and hope to increase the number of British contributors. But the biggest call is to increase the number of women who blog on the Bible. If I can make the top 50, you can. I have only been blogging three years, the same number of years I have had puzzles about faith and the Bible to work through. I am not an academic theologian.
You need to log your blog with Alexa which gives you exposure and tracks your hits.
You need to let me know here that you are blogging. There will be a new feature at the top where I can store links to women's faith and bible blogs and then we can send recommendations over to Biblioblogs.
Seminaries and theological colleges are chock-full of male lecturers, lovely as they are, bible-related scholarship is also under-represented on the female-front. We might begin by increasing women's contributions to this growing forum - please let me know what you think and where you are blogging. It's time to 'open up the floor' .... I'm saying nothing about dinosaurs.