The Videofullest Biblical Studies Carnival Ever!

Jeff Carter (yes, that Jeff Carter) is hosting the latest Biblical Studies Carnival. And it is chock full not only of links to interesting posts, but also fantastic video context. I’ll include a couple of samples below, but click through for much, much more. And there are also a couple of Hebrews Highlights for this month, [Read More…]

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Biblical Studies Carnival CXXII

NT Wrong has returned to blogging to offer the latest Biblical Studies Carnival. Click through to read it. Some years ago I dedicated a series of blog posts to the question of the true identity of the elusive pseudonymous biblioblogger NT Wrong. Eight years later, and we seem no closer to know the secret… [Read more…]

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Devoted to Blogging

Ken Perrott shared the above cartoon by Isabella Bannerman. That led me to discover more of her comics. I also especially liked this one: It got me thinking about the ways that blogging, and phones which might well be used for blogging, can succeed in making us more aware of and connected to the world [Read More…]

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Mark’s Christology around the Blogosphere

The discussion of Mark’s Christology continues throughout the biblioblogosphere. I’m still planning to blog my way through Mark’s Christology, but others are doing a wonderful job, and so when I finally do that, I will have lots to interact with and to build on. Here’s what has been happening since my last round-up (see also the one before [Read More…]

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A New Blog From A Long-Time Blogger

Mike Kok, who has been blogging about the Gospel of Mark for a long time, now has a new blog. The change has been made both to offer a more accessible title in English, but also to indicate a broadening of scope. Mike writes: “I will write on topics such as Second Temple Judaism, the New [Read More…]

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Biblical Studies Carnival

Tim Bulkeley has posted the latest Biblical studies carnival, including round ups of a number of series that have been unfolding over the past month, as well as other topics, such as the SBL decision to paywall Review of Biblical Literature. I had already agreed to write one more review for RBL and so will [Read More…]

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Sabbatitude

Most of you will be aware that I was on sabbatical last semester. My department administrator used the term “sabbatitude” at some point early in the semester, and I liked the term, and so I thought I would use it in the title of this post, since every blogger who gets a sabbatical inevitably must [Read More…]

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Welcome to Patheos, Daniel Kirk!

I am delighted to share the news that J. R. Daniel Kirk, a friend and fellow scholar whose blog I’ve regularly linked to and interacted with here, has moved his blog to Patheos. You can find his first post in the new location here: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/storiedtheology/2016/01/11/does-god-need-us/ Pay him a visit, add the feed to your subscriptions, and enjoy having [Read More…]

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Latest Biblical Studies Carnival

Jennifer Guo has posted the latest Biblical Studies Carnival on her blog. Click through to explore highlights from biblioblogging last month. As always, Phil Long has details about upcoming carnivals. [Read more…]

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Top 10 Posts of 2015

Over the past year, this blog received more than a million and a half pageviews, by more than 900,ooo distinct users. In the past, I’ve listed the most popular pages of the year regardless of when they were written, and I’ll mention a few from previous years later. But here is a countdown of the top 10 posts [Read More…]

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Blogging the #AARSBL15 Blogger Session

Rick Brannan and Chris Brady both shared their papers from this year's Blogger and Online Publication session at SBL. Bart Ehrman shared his thoughts about the session, in which he was a panelist. And Tony Burke shared his perspective, having been in the audience. It should not be allowed to go unnoticed that blogging led [Read More…]

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