If you have (or know of) an active blog in Africa that posts biblical studies content, please leave a comment below. I would like to list you in my blogroll. More importantly, the infamous (or is it irreverent) Bishop N_T_Wrong would like to know; see his comprehensive list of biblioblogs (currently at 157). Note: I know there are tons of blogs by African Christians and missionaries, but Bishop Wrong is specifically looking for blogs which fit the following definition:
A ‘biblioblog’ contains substantial material involving a scholarly approach to the Bible or related literature, ancient Judaisms and Christianities. While a large proportion of bibliobloggers are academically trained or currently receiving academic training, what is essential is a scholarly approach to the subject.
While you are here, I’d also appreciate if you’d let me know of other good resource pages for African Christianity – these are the one’s currently listed on my resource links page.
MisLinks (perhaps the most comprehensive collections of links related to Africa and African Christianity.)
African Proverbs, stories, and sayings.
African Christianity – brief history of the church in various parts of Africa (Bethel Professor)
African Traditional Religion – a very resourceful site maintained by Chidi Denis Isizoh (Roman Catholic)
Theology in Africa – links to articles and other resources
Religion in Africa: Traditional Religions, Christianity, Islam and Judaism South of the Sahara. (Stanford)