Call for Submissions for Next Biblical Studies Carnival

Jonathan Robinson is hosting the next Biblical Studies Carnival. Please let him know about posts you’ve written, or posts you’ve liked on this blog, that you think ought to be included! [Read more…]

February 2017 Biblical Studies Carnival

Jacob Prahlow has shared the latest Biblical Studies Carnival. Phil Long has details on upcoming carnivals, including an opportunity for you to volunteer to host one! [Read more…]

January 2017 Biblical Studies Carnival

The latest Biblical Studies Carnival is hosted by Cassandra Farrin, and focuses on bibliobloggers’ reactions to the U. S. election as well as their coverage of more typical topics in our field. (Philip Long also provides information about upcoming carnivals, including your opportunities to volunteer to host one!) [Read more…]

Biblical Studies Carnival #130

Jennifer Guo hosts the latest Biblical Studies Carnival. Phil Long has information about upcoming carnivals, and your opportunity to volunteer to host one. [Read more…]

October 2016 Biblical Studies Carnival

Bob MacDonald has posted the latest Biblical Studies Carnival, filled with poetry and music more than is usual for the carnival. Phil Long has information about upcoming carnivals. [Read more…]

August 2016 Biblical Studies Carnival

J. K. Turner has posted the latest Biblical Studies Carnival. Phil Long has additional information about upcoming carnivals. There could totally be a version of the Canon card game focused on whether various blogs are “biblioblogs” or not… Of related interest, I’ve been meaning to share a link to another relatively new biblioblog that I [Read More…]

July 2016 Biblical Studies Carnival

Phil Long posted the latest Biblical Studies Carnival on his blog. I’m traveling to Montreal today for this year’s SNTS conference, and if I can, I’ll blog about it while it is happening!   [Read more…]

June 2016 Biblical Studies Carnival

Kris Lyle has posted the latest Biblical Studies Carnival. And Phil Long is still looking for a volunteer to host the next one. If you have never hosted a carnival, please consider seizing this opportunity!   [Read more…]

The Pilate Stone

Here is a photo of me next to a replica of the Pilate Stone, in the place where the inscription was found, Caesarea. Sites like this are also important for the way they give a different picture of Herod the Great that is crucial for those whose impression of him is shaped wholly by his [Read More…]

The Videofullest Biblical Studies Carnival Ever!

Jeff Carter (yes,┬áthat Jeff Carter) is hosting the latest Biblical Studies Carnival. And it is chock full not only of links to interesting posts, but also fantastic video context. I’ll include a couple of samples below, but click through for much, much more. And there are also a couple of Hebrews Highlights for this month, [Read More…]