NT Wrong is Back!

The mysterious pseudonymous biblioblogger is back. The post indicating this at the Biblioblog Top 50 blog is elusive, but the comments indicate that an X-Factor biblioblog revolution is afoot…   [Read more...]

Carnival Call

Phil Long has posted a last call for submissions to this month’s Biblical Studies Carnival, as well as an appeal for volunteers to host future carnivals. [Read more...]

James D. G. Dunn Blog

I learned today that there is a WordPress site for James D. G. Dunn. Jimmy Dunn supervised my PhD research, and is indisputably one of the top New Testament scholars of recent decades. I have not asked Jimmy whether the site was created by him and is thus official, but even if it isn't, it [Read More...]

Biblical Studies Carnival

Thanks to Phil Long (host of last month’s carnival) for posting a reminder about the next Biblical Studies Carnival, which will be held at the blog ἐνθύμησις. Click through for details on how to submit posts. [Read more...]

Biblical Studies Carnival

At the blog Reading Acts you can find the latest Biblical Studies Carnival. Despite the date, there is a lot there that can be taken extremely seriously! Thank you to Phillip Long for putting the carnival together! [Read more...]

Last Call

Jim West has posted his final reminder to those who wish to be part of this month's Biblical Studies Carnival to send their submissions.   [Read more...]

#1 Biblioblog!

I had been ignoring the Biblioblog Top 50 these past months, since the scripts that allow blogs like mine at Patheos had not been updated since our addresses changed. But Steve Caruso finally found the time to update the script this past month, and now that Exploring Our Matrix is back in the running, I’m [Read More...]

#sblaar Bibliobloggers’ Gathering

The bibliobloggers' gathering last night at Kitty O'Shea's was great, and it included several bloggers who had never attended before, and the “coming out” of one whose identity had previously been obscure (not in the photos below). There were quite a number of “lapsed bloggers” in attendance – i.e. people who had not been blogging [Read More...]

#SBLAAR 2012 Gathering of Bibliobloggers and Other Religion Bloggers: Sunday November 18th at 7pm

The votes are in, the election ended, and the bibliobloggers have spoken! The gathering of bibliobloggers – and I am going to once again invite any theobloggers and other bloggers about religion as well – will be Sunday, November 18th, at 7pm at Kitty O’Shea’s, an Irish pub located at the Hilton in Chicago. The [Read More...]

2012 Annual Bibliobloggers’ Gathering

The supreme council of biblioblog overlords has decided…OK, so of course there is no such thing, but some of us have chatted and have suggested a venue and two possible times for the bibliobloggers' gathering this year in Chicago at SBL. We will gather at Kitty O'Shea's, an Irish pub at the Chicago Hilton. You [Read More...]

Biblical Studies Carnival: Call for October Submissions, November Host

Victoria Laidler has mentioned on her blog, Gaudete Theology, that the collaborative blog to which she contributes, BLT, will be hosting the October 2012 Biblical Studies Carnival. Please submit your favorite posts from this and other biblioblogs this month! You can submit them via e-mail to: bltcarnival AT gmail DOT com Jim West has drawn attention [Read More...]


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