James Tabor, chair of the Department of Religious Studies, is a well-recognized blogger by peers in the field. His TaborBlog was highlighted as the second most popular blog by the Biblioblog Top 50, a website that publicizes, ranks, and archives the top biblical studies blogs each month. Rankings are based on website analytics as well as votes by Biblioblog users.
The TaborBlog features Tabor’s research on "all things biblical" and includes information on Christian origins and ancient Judaism; archeology, field work, and travel; and excavation of a variety of tombs and caves near Mt. Zion and East Talpiot.