I mentioned in my post concerning what makes a blog a “biblioblog” that I did not know of many rabbinic studies blogs. So, can anyone help me build up my blog roll? What good blogs are out there that focus on rabbinic literature and related concerns?
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2 thoughts on “Rabbinic Studies Blogs”
After reading your earlier blog I looked and looked but couldn’t find many that I found to be useful for academic interests. That’s not to say they’re not out there, they are apparently just hard to find.
This one seemed somewhat interesting, so I subscribed on Reader: http://www.balashon.com/