Biblical Studies Carnival (You’ll Have To Hurry!)

Reposted from Abnormal Interests without modifications, since the time is short!


Please help Tyler with this month’s Biblical Studies Carnival. He is willing to pick up a bouncing ball for us but he also needs our help. You should submit your nominations for the Carnival, including your own posts, at ASAP.

Tyler just sent the following urgent email asking for help with this month’s Biblical Studies Carnival,

Hi everyone,
I just heard today (!) that the individual scheduled to do this month’s Biblical Studies Carnival is not able to do it.

I am willing to step in an put together a carnival, though I would need some help from you. If you could nominate some posts that would be great. Please do not be modest; you are the best judge of what posts you may have written in the month of November are noteworthy. Please submit some of your own posts as well as some posts from other bloggers.

The posts need to have been uploaded in the month of November and must be able to be called “academic biblical studies” broadly understood.

Also, if you could put a call for submissions on your blog that would be great.

I will not be able to get the Carnival uploaded for December 1 (tomorrow!), but will aim at early next week (Monday?)

Alternatively, if anyone wants to volunteer to host it, please let me know asap. If not, I hope that you will take the time to email me some submissions (the more information you can give me the better: title, url, blog name, author name, and even a one sentence summary).

You can also make submissions via the submission form at or you may email them to biblical_studies_carnival AT hotmail DOT com.

For more information, consult the Biblical Studies Carnival Homepage.


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