James Crossley’s New Blog

James Crossley has a new blog, Harnessing Chaos. It will be of interest to anyone who reads Biblical studies blogs. One of the first few posts highlights another source of interest, the Biblical Studies Online podcasts. Of related interest, Fortress Press has launched Fortress Press Live. [Read more...]

Big Names in Biblical Studies

Robert Myles responded to recent blogging about the next big thing in Biblical studies, by asking about the current big things, and big names, in Biblical studies. This N-Gram is a result of his inquiry: Try typing in some other names that come to mind. Are you surprised by which scholars are mentioned more/less frequently? [Read More...]

July 2014 Biblical Studies Carnival

The latest Biblical Studies Carnival is up at the blog Linguae Antiquitatum. And Phil Long has more information about where the next few Biblical Studies Carnivals will be held. [Read more...]

Top 50 Biblioblogs

Peter Kirby has shared a list of the most popular biblioblogs this month. Exploring Our Matrix came in at number 8. Thanks for reading!   [Read more...]

January 2014 Biblical Studies Carnival

Brian Renshaw has posted the latest Biblical Studies Carnival. The latest Hebrews carnival is also up. [Read more...]

Biblical Studies Carnival: Last Call!

Reading Acts posted a reminder about the next Biblical Studies Carnival, which is being hosted at Brian Renshaw’s NT Exegesis blog. Brian has a post which includes a countdown timer until the carnival, and a convenient submission form to submit posts to the carnival. Click through to join the countdown and/or the submission process! And [Read More...]

A Chorus of Voices

David Gowler of Emory University is currently writing a book about the reception history of the parables. He has decided to blog through the process of writing the book, and has set up a blog for this purpose, called A Chorus of Voices. I know it will be of interest to some readers of this [Read More...]

Cataclysmic Biblical Studies Carnival and a Unilateral Award

The carnival rounding up the past month’s Biblical studies blogging, with a nicely poetic initial dose of holiday cheer that is itself worth reading, is hosted by Jessica Parks at Cataclysmic. Peter Kirby is keeping the Biblioblog Top 50 alive and running. See also the 5th Septuagint Studies Soiree, and yet another list of the [Read More...]

Carnival Call

Reading Acts has put out a call for submissions for the next Biblical Studies Carnival, which will be held on the blog Soli Deo Gloria. The post also includes details of where the carnivals will be hosted over the next several months. [Read more...]

Biblioblog Top 225

Peter Kirby has made a ranking of biblioblogs using a different method than has been used in the past: by number of other sites linking there. Exploring Our Matrix comes in at #10. Click through to see the others.   [Read more...]

Press Publish Interview

Josh Mann has been conducting and posting interviews with Biblical scholars who blog, and the latest one is the interview that I did. Previously he interviewed Peter Head, Peter Enns, Chris Keith, Nijay Gupta, Stephen Carlson, Mark Goodacre (twice), Scot McKnight, Anthony LeDonne, Mike Bird, Jim West, and Ben Witherington. Also relevant to academic biblioblogging, [Read More...]


CLOSE | X

HIDE | X