Final Biblioblog Carnivals and Rankings for 2014

Daniel Gulotta hosts his first ever Biblical studies carnival. It includes lots of links that are of interest to readers of this blog, on all kinds of interesting Biblical studies news, including some of the discussions of mythicism. Brian Small shared his monthly round-up of online activity about Hebrews. Peter Kirby shared the biblioblog rankings, [Read More...]

Most Popular Posts of 2014

Below are the nine posts that got the most visits over the past year. Each of them received more than 10,000 pageviews, and #1 post received more than 35,000 pageviews. #9  Ignoring the Most Biblical Explanation #8  Beware of Who’s Who Scams  (this post is from 2011, but since the scams continue, interest in the post [Read More...]

Blogger and Online Publication Call for Papers

The Call for Papers for the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature is now online. Here’s the call for papers from the Blogger and Online Publication section:  The Blogger and Online Publication Section has focused most of its attention in recent years on the blogging side of its name. And thus discussions [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...]

Blogging the Third Doctor

Here’s a round-up of all my posts about Doctor Who episodes from the Jon Pertwee era: Spearhead from Space Doctor Who and the Silurians The Ambassadors of Death Inferno Terror of the Autons The Mind of Evil The Claws of Axos Colony In Space The Daemons Day of the Daleks The Curse of Peladon The [Read More...]

Shame on Jerry Coyne

In a comment on his blog, Jerry Coyne responded to my recent post by quoting what I wrote and then writing the following:   This is a complete distortion of what I have said. I never started out by wanting Jesus not to exist. I had no opinion on the matter, and it was only [Read More...]

Biblical Studies Carnival for August 2014

The latest Biblical Studies Carnival has been posted, hosted for the first time by Rob Bradshaw. Mike Skinner will be hosting the next one. HT for the cartoon to Phillip Long. [Read more...]

Apocryphal Call for Papers

Tony Burke shared this call for papers on his blog: York University Christian Apocrypha Symposium Series 2015 “Fakes, Forgeries, and Fictions” Writing Ancient and Modern Christian Apocrypha September 24-26, 2015 We are pleased to announce the third of a series of symposia on the Christian Apocrypha hosted by the Department of the Humanities at York [Read More...]

Homophonophobia

Given that a blogger was actually fired from his job for writing about homophones, it seemed appropriate not only to blog about it but also to share the above cartoon. It predates the incident, and yet seems perfectly designed to poke fun at the ridiculousness and sad irony of someone being fired because of a homophone combined with [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...]

Scholarship and Blogging

Larry Hurtado has expressed some frustration with some members of his blog audience. Here is an excerpt from his recent blog post on the topic: Scholarly work intended to have an impact on the field isn’t done in blogging. The amount of data, its complexity, the analysis and argumentation involved, and the engagement with the [Read More...]


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