Mad March Hares?

Jonathan of ξἐνος and of Robinson offers a feast (in five, count ’em, parts) for the regular festival called the Biblioblog Carnival. Although it is April he is apparently mad as a March Hare!? The carnival is full of good stuff, including a link to nice clear simple and (even better) slightly humorous post on hell by none other than ‘Christ Almighty!’

Jonathan himself in his apologia pro carnivalis sua 1 Pardon my Latin, the language has been dead to me since the 1960s, and I can not be bothered looking up the proper forms. makes interesting comments on the past and present of Bible blogging. Here I’ll just add that I am finding that (at least on ‘hot’ topics) Facebook seems to be the locus of the sort of discussion we used to get on blogs. Though (is it the hot topic or is it the hot medium) sadly with more heat and less light.

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1. Pardon my Latin, the language has been dead to me since the 1960s, and I can not be bothered looking up the proper forms.

One comment on “Mad March Hares?

  1. jonathan robinson

    Thanks for the link Tim. Facebook and Twitter certainly can be good venues for sharing and some discussion, but rely too much on who is in your network. Blogging seemed to connect better by subject rather than by the limitations of meatspace and seems to lend itself to more sustained responses. IMHO.