Happy Septuagint Day!

Abram K-J pointed out in his last Septuagint Soiree that today would be Septuagint Day. And so give yourself an LXX helping of Bible to mark the occasion!     [Read more...]

Cataclysmic Biblical Studies Carnival!

The latest Biblical Studies Carnival is up on the blog Cataclysmic! The Hebrews Carnival is up at Polumeros kai Polutropos, and the Septuagint Studies Soirée is up at Words on the Word. Also related to blogging, the blog Formerly Fundy has moved to Patheos! The first post in the new location is about why people respond [Read More...]

Septuagint Studies Soirée

Abram K-J has proposed a new blog carnival with a specific focus: the Septuagint Studies Soirée. Blog about the LXX, then click through and let Abram know that you’ve done so, and your post will most likely get included!     [Read more...]

When God Spoke Greek

I am grateful to have been given the opportunity to participate in the blog tour focused on T. Michael Law’s book, When God Spoke Greek: The Septuagint and the Making of the Christian Bible. It is a book about the Septuagint, the Greek translation of the Jewish Scriptures, and why you should be more interested [Read More...]

Using Jesus

David Hayward wrote the following on his blog today: Everyone with any sense knows that we accept the acceptable words of Jesus and appropriate his unacceptable words in altered forms. That is, we use his sayings if they are agreeable, and we reject or theologically undermine the ones that aren’t. I think an interesting question [Read More...]

Upcoming Blog Tour: When God Spoke Greek

Brian Le Port and Abram Kielsmeier-Jones blogged about a blog tour that I’ll also be participating in, and so I will simply quote Abram here: …I’ll be joining a group of bloggers in reviewing Timothy Michael Law‘s forthcoming When God Spoke Greek: The Septuagint and the Making of the Christian Bible. Brian LePort at Near Emmaus is hosting. Here is [Read More...]

Jacob as God?

The scripture reading in church on Sunday was from Psalm 24. Since the invention of the iPad made it so much more convenient to do so, I've been trying to read along in the original languages whenever possible. I was really struck when I saw that in the midst of a psalm with many mentions [Read More...]

Funnier and Wronger?

I originally posted these comments together with other links in a round-up about blogging related to the recent tragedy. But they grew to the point where they seemed to require a post of their own. Brian LePort joined the conversation between Tony Jones and myself about the story of the slaughter of the innocents in [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...]


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