The New #1 Biblioblog and More!

The new #1 Biblioblogger is fellow Patheos blogger Scot McKnight’s blog Jesus Creed. Congratulations to Scot and RJS who also blogs there occionally. Exploring Our Matrix came in at #3. Thank you, as always, to all of this blog’s readers and commenters! Several Bibliobloggers have been active in editing the Wikipedia entry about the fake [Read More...]

September/October Biblioblog Carnival

As a result of the confusing tendency of some to demand that the Biblical Studies Carnival be designated by the month in which it is posted rather than the month in which all of its content was written, Scott Bailey is offering a Douglas Adams style fourth episode in the September Biblical Studies Carnival trilogy. [Read More...]

Dr. Jim(s) and the Profanity-Laced Future of the Biblical Studies Carnival

One Dr. Jim announced recently that there were few people lined up do the Biblical Studies Carnival after the next few months. Another Dr. Jim, recently married and back to blogging, took the reigns. And if his own past carnivals and current book giveaway competition are anything to go by, the future of the Biblical [Read More...]

September 2011 Biblical Studies Carnival Episode III: The Final Frontier as the Carnival Strikes Back

You’ve presumably seen episode I and episode II. The final installment of this carnival, like the later seasons of LOST, unveils what some of you suspected all along, its sci-fi character. And of course, fans of this carnival, like LOST fans, will debate endlessly whether the writer had this in mind from the outset or [Read More...]

Darth Vader Will Be Punished In The Afterlife After All (and other matters of religion and science fiction)

As the Sci-Fi Catholic reports, George Lucas is intervening in the Star Wars universe again to inflict punishment on Darth Vader much as he has done to Yoda. IO9 describes it as Darth Vader “losing a little more of his dignity.” Also in the realm of religion and science fiction, and more specifically the justice of [Read More...]

September 2011 Biblical Studies Carnival Episode III: Coming Soon to a Theater Near You!

Episode III of the Biblical Studies Carnival is coming soon, and its theme will be…well, since almost no one expressed any interest in offering their opinion about what the theme should be, the theme will be a surprise, and thus inevitably something that I will like and no one else will. But I will ask [Read More...]

Biblical Studies Carnival September 2011 Episode II: The Biblioblogs Strike Back

I posted an early edition of the carnival halfway through the month. Now, on to the sequel! As a sci-fi fan, I figure I have to make this a trilogy, and so here’s what you need to do in order to ensure that the full extent of the vision of this carnival comes to fruition. [Read More...]

First Monthly Bibliovlog Carnival (Topic: Mythicism)

Joel Watts, inspired by Rodney, posted the following: During the first week of October, I would like to host a carnival or sorts on mythicism. I would like two ten-minute presentations, pro and con. They must be a video of some sort. No, you don’t have to be on the camera, and yes, you can [Read More...]

September 2011 Biblical Studies Carnival – Early Edition

Due to a truly impressive amount of blogging about matters related to the Bible, I have decided to offer an early edition of the September 2011 Biblical Studies Carnival, which provides a round-up of posts from August 2011. Here is a carnival featuring the posts from the first half of this month. I have tried [Read More...]

An Appeal To The Biblioblogging Community

To the biblioblogging community, As I will be hosting the Biblical Studies Carnival at the start of next month with its round-up of posts from this month, you might be expecting me to remind you of this fact and ask you to submit posts. That is not why I am writing. I am writing to [Read More...]

The August 2011 Biblical Studies Carnival Is Up!

Daniel O. McClellan has posted the latest Biblical Studies Carnival, and it addresses a range of views from carnythicism to carniementalism. Click through and enjoy! Many thanks to Dan for hosting the carnival this month. Don’t forget that next month’s carnival (i.e. the one featuring this month’s posts) will be right here at Exploring Our [Read More...]


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