Biblioblogging / Debate/Discussion / Linguistics / etc.

When are biblioblogs appropriate?

On the internet. But as print media and scholarship evolve, biblioblogs creep into places that maybe they shouldn’t be. Case and point: Eisenbrauns‘ new book edited by Miller, Naud√©, and Zevit called Diachrony in Biblical Hebrew (2012). The book’s afterword is an article by Zevit entitled “Not-So-Random Thoughts Concerning Linguistic Dating and Diachrony in Biblical Hebrew” (pp 455-489), and this blogger thinks that Zevit has brought Bible blogs (or at least one) into a place they don’t belong. In 2008, Bible scholars Ian Young, Robert Rezetko, and Martin Ehrensv√§rd published a 2 volume book called Linguistic Dating of Biblical