Tag Archives: Kurk Gayle

Another More Progressive Biblioblogger Hangs 'Em Up

Kurk Gayle of Mind Your Language and Aristotle’s Feminist Subject is calling it quits, blogging-wise. As his latest posts indicate, he never meant to be a “biblical-studies blogger” per se, that just happened to where his audience was.

What’s with the more moderate bibliobloggers just all of a sudden leaving the blogosphere? One will never know but I have my suspicions.

But like all the great ones, Michael Jordan, and Brett Favre, the legends of the game always leave in order to come back.

Sunday Amens: Movies, Bloggers, and Community

Perhaps the quest for a community in which we can participate is probably the defining journey in a Christian’s life.  This community can come in many forms: political, economic, on-line, scholarly, etc. For being honest with his journey, Brian LePort deserves a Sunday Amen.

One of our popular posts from this week was the one on the rise of vampires in the US American entertainment industry. It is not the stories per se, but the re-imagined folklore that vampires have come to represent that seems to be more eerie than anything else. A Sunday Amen goes to Halden Doerge for linking to the best review of the vampire hype, ever.

Lastly, a Sunday Amen must be given out to Kurk Gayle who has returned from a short hiatus to blog once more. I can’t wait to see what conversations we’ll have.