Biblical Studies Carnival November 2014

Jim West has this month’s Biblical Studies Carnival – in Twitter form. Brian Small has the Hebrews Highlights for this past month. [Read more...]

Scenes from #SBLAAR14

A few people took photos of me at the conference, and so I thought I would share them. I have already shared my papers. I felt that all the sessions I was involved in went well. The discussion of Bart Ehrman’s book on Saturday was great. I thought that the mix of people who agreed [Read More...]

Blogger Session at #SBLAAR14

The Blogger session at SBL will include two papers, offered by Kimberly Majeski and Jim Linville, to be followed by a panel which will include Chris Keith, Anthony LeDonne, Dan McClellan, and perhaps others (if you are a biblioblogger who will be there, and want to participate, please feel free to get in touch – [Read More...]

Biblical Studies Carnival October 2014

Brian Renshaw has the latest Biblical Studies Carnival. Brian Small has Hebrews Highlights for the month. Phillip Long is looking for a volunteer to host the last carnival of the year (to be posted at the start of next year). [Read more...]

Biblical Studies Carnival September 2014 and More

The latest Biblical Studies Carnival has been posted on the Cataclysmic blog. See also Reading Acts for information about future carnivals – and opportunities to host them. Brian Small has the past month’s Hebrews Highlights. There is lots more that is new on the Bible Odyssey website. Of related interest, David Stark shared information about University [Read More...]

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...]


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