Around the Web

Trials and Suffering at Isaac’s Musings

Christian Carnival CCCLV at who am i?

2010 in photos
at (some are disturbing)

In the Mail at THEOparadox

I now partially agree with the last one. I think it’s better use of readers’ time to write about books that the blogger is reading or has read unless a specific list or question about it is relevant.

I participate in a home coffee roasting (no, it’s not illegal as Dr. Jim West might think) bulletin board. It’s very frustrating to read about someone who just bought some green (unroasted) coffee beans and then says, “I can’t wait to roast these tomorrow night!” Well thanks for wasting my time! How about wait a few days and tell us how you like it?

Coffee Photo

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Photo ©Jeff Oien
I cannot offer this as a Free Photo

4 Responses to “Around the Web”

  1. 1 stephan huller

    Sorry about publishing this here. I have been sitting on an interview I arranged between Professor Charlie Hedrick and Agamemnon Tselikas a respected Greek paleographer on the question of the authenticity of the Mar Saba document. It is now published at my blog

    Hope you and your readers might want to check it out. Dr. Tselikas will be publishing an article on the same subject for BAR next year referencing the same material.


    Stephan Huller

  2. 2 Derek Ashton

    You had to link that silly post where I poked fun at some of our Biblio-blogger friends. I’m probably just jealous of people who are able to buy books at retail – and I also think it’s a waste of good blog space to post about it, of course.


  3. 3 Scripture Zealot

    It’s all fair game! I have a low book budget too. I take surveys to get Amazon certificates and also get them at Christmas.

  4. 4 Scripture Zealot

    Sorry Stephan, I didn’t see your comment until just now.

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