#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...]

The Last Laugh – and the Power of Blogging

Anthony Le Donne offers a confession on his blog. He used to view blogging dismissively. Not any more. Most readers will know that Anthony was fired from Lincoln Christian University because someone complained about his views. The latest development is that some of Anthony’s former co-workers brought the blogging by scholars and other interested parties [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...]

South Park Biblical Studies Carnival

The Biblical Studies Carnival rounding up posts from the biblioblogosphere for May 2012 is finally here, and it has a South Park theme. Click through to enjoy it!   [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...]

It’s a Biblical Studies Carnival, Jim, But Not As We Know It!

Jim Linville has posted the latest Biblical Studies Carnival, and it is full of humor, Biblical studies, and sci-fi (with a particularly large dose of Terry Pratchett). Click through to read and enjoy it! Thank you, Jim, for a delightful carnival! [Read more...]

Biblical Studies Carnival 69: Call for Submissions

Deane Galbraith has posted a reminder that the 69th Biblical Studies Carnival will be at Remnant of Giants. Please submit posts from your own blog and others which relate to Biblical studies from the month of November 2011. Send your submissions to peloni_almoni [at] yahoo.com or visit Remnant of Giants for more information. I’m not aware [Read More...]

Call for Submissions for this month’s Biblical Studies Carnival

Tom Verenna will be hosting the next Biblical Studies Carnival. If you have posted something on a blog this month on the topic of Biblical studies, write to him and tell him about it! [Read more...]

Dr. Jim(s) and the Profanity-Laced Future of the Biblical Studies Carnival

One Dr. Jim announced recently that there were few people lined up do the Biblical Studies Carnival after the next few months. Another Dr. Jim, recently married and back to blogging, took the reigns. And if his own past carnivals and current book giveaway competition are anything to go by, the future of the Biblical [Read More...]

September 2011 Biblical Studies Carnival Episode III: Coming Soon to a Theater Near You!

Episode III of the Biblical Studies Carnival is coming soon, and its theme will be…well, since almost no one expressed any interest in offering their opinion about what the theme should be, the theme will be a surprise, and thus inevitably something that I will like and no one else will. But I will ask [Read More...]

First Monthly Bibliovlog Carnival (Topic: Mythicism)

Joel Watts, inspired by Rodney, posted the following: During the first week of October, I would like to host a carnival or sorts on mythicism. I would like two ten-minute presentations, pro and con. They must be a video of some sort. No, you don’t have to be on the camera, and yes, you can [Read More...]


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