I don't often do posts of "link love" but I don't automate my Feed window, either. If you ever want to know which blogposts made me say "Hmmmm" most appreciatively, you can always click on the "Shared Items" in my sidebar. Sometimes they're a few days behind, and I feed-read some blogs more frequently than others, but whatever's there has been deliberately shared. Plus, sometimes, it's starred. Ooooo. Star power. ;-)
With that said, I do want to say here that I particularly enjoyed the responses of Michael Whitenton (here) and Doug Chaplin (here and here) to April DeConick's recent posts on historical-critical methodology. Check 'em all out, if you haven't already.
As long as I'm fawning, I may as well add that although there is certainly no biblioblogger I always agree with, Doug's opinions have long been among those I consistently respect the most, especially when he weighs in on the balance between faith and historical work. So thanks, Doug. I'm really glad you're still blogging.
By the way, Michael, Mister Tumnus called. If you can meet us at the lampost tomorrow, we're having tea at 2 with Lucy Pevensie of Spar Oom. Fawns and Pevensies only. ;-)