Biblical Studies Carnival September 2014 and More

The latest Biblical Studies Carnival has been posted on the Cataclysmic blog. See also Reading Acts for information about future carnivals – and opportunities to host them.

Brian Small has the past month’s Hebrews Highlights.

There is lots more that is new on the Bible Odyssey website.

Of related interest, David Stark shared information about University of St. Andrews theses online, Ben Witherington has reached part 86 (!) in his series blogging through N. T. Wright’s Paul and the Faithfulness of God, and there is information about what is happening at GTS on Safe Seminary, the Episcopal Cafe website and elsewhere.

And finally, I’m just sharing this for the element of surprise (HT Marc Cortez):

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