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...]

The August 2012 Biblical Studies Carnvial

“Look, up in the sky! Is it a bird?” “Yup.” Jim West has posted the latest Biblical studies carnival, and the first thing you see might indeed be a bird. But that is just because this month’s post has a special emphasis on Twitter. Click through to read Jim’s round up of posts, laced with [Read More...]

In which Jim West and I do the horizontal biblioblog thing

As I meant to mention some days ago, but apparently neglected to actually post, Jim West has responded not once but twice to my post expressing my lack of understanding of his outlook. In one of them, he says that he is OK with not being understood by me, since Bultmann wasn’t understood by Barth. [Read More...]

Biblical Studies Carnival Approaches, and the Biblioblogosphere Says Farewell to its LOLCat Epicenter

Jim West drew attention today to the fact that Phil Long will be hosting the next Biblical Studies Carnival, featuring posts from this month, July 2012, and has asked for submissions. Phil has also taken it upon himself to take up Jim Linville’s fallen mantle, and organize the upcoming Biblical Studies Carnivals, since Jim’s blog [Read More...]

Antiultracrepidarians vs. Deliberatefraudists: Smackdown in the Blogosphere

Jim West posted the following definition in a post in which he defined himself as an anti-ultracrepidarian: ul·tra·crep·i·dar·i·an [uhl-truh-krep-i-dair-ee-uhn] adjective 1. noting or pertaining to a person who criticizes, judges, or gives advice outside the area of his or her expertise: The play provides a classic, simplistic portrayal of an ultracrepidarian mother-in-law. Origin: 1800–20; ultra- [Read More...]

The Work Of Bibliobloggers Gets Its Due

Bibliobloggers have finally made it into the big league, getting a mention on the front page of the New York Times (click through to see it in full context): Please click through and see the page itself to verify its authenticity before reading further. Now that I’ve put some of you in shock and made [Read More...]

Jim West wants YOU to submit posts for the next Biblical Studies Carnival!

Jim West has posted a request for submissions for the next Biblical Studies Carnival. [Read more...]

Abnormally Interesting Biblical Studies Carnival

Duane Smith has posted an abnormally interesting Biblical Studies Carnival, with a round-up of abnormally interesting posts about Biblical studies from last month, on his blog Abnormal Interests. [Read more...]

Halfway to an Abnormally Interesting Biblical Studies Carnival

The next Biblical Studies Carnival will be at Duane Smith’s blog Abnormal Interests, and Duane posted a reminder today about this, asking for submissions. Please tell him about the most abnormal, interesting, and abnormally interesting blog posts about Biblical studies from this blog, your own blogs, and elsewhere around the blogosphere! [Read more...]

The Biblical Studies Carnival: The Last, Best Hope for Biblioblogdom

Amanda has posted the latest Biblical Studies Carnival on her blog Cheese-Wearing Theology. And its theme is Babylon 5!  Click through to read and enjoy it! [Read more...]

‘Tis the Season for Regifting Biblioblog Posts

Jim Linville has posted a reminder about this month’s biblioblog carnival, as well as a list of which blogs will be hosting the biblioblog carnival in the first several months of 2012. With LOLcats. [Read more...]


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