Call for Submissions for the Next Biblical Studies Carnival

Mike Kok will be hosting the next Biblical Studies Carnival, and he is ready for your submissions whenever you are. Click through and suggest posts! [Read more…]

South Park Biblical Studies Carnival

The Biblical Studies Carnival rounding up posts from the biblioblogosphere for May 2012 is finally here, and it has a South Park theme. Click through to enjoy it!   [Read more…]

April Fool’s Biblical Studies Carnival

Jonathan Robinson has posted a very entertaining Biblical Studies Carnival. In the process he noted that 85% of Biblical Studies graduates cannot spot what is wrong with this picture: The reason, of course, is that 85% of Biblical studies graduates are too young to recognize any of the characters in the picture… Click through to [Read More…]

Antiultracrepidarians vs. Deliberatefraudists: Smackdown in the Blogosphere

Jim West posted the following definition in a post in which he defined himself as an anti-ultracrepidarian: ul·tra·crep·i·dar·i·an [uhl-truh-krep-i-dair-ee-uhn] adjective 1. noting or pertaining to a person who criticizes, judges, or gives advice outside the area of his or her expertise: The play provides a classic, simplistic portrayal of an ultracrepidarian mother-in-law. Origin: 1800–20; ultra- [Read More…]

Biblical Studies Carnival for March 2012

Jim West has posted the latest Biblical Studies Carnival, with a round up of lots of interesting things that have been blogged about Biblical studies over the past month. Click through and check it out! [Read more…]

Jim West wants YOU to submit posts for the next Biblical Studies Carnival!

Jim West has posted a request for submissions for the next Biblical Studies Carnival. [Read more…]

Latest Talpiot Tomb Round-Up (including a review of The Burial of Jesus)

Here’s a round-up of the latest blogging about the Talpiot tomb and related topics on other blogs. Let me begin with Daniel Mănăstireanuţs blog review of my book The Burial of Jesus, which he said grabbed his interest for multiple reasons, including the current media attention to the Talpiot tombs. Christopher Rollston points out the [Read More…]

Abnormally Interesting Biblical Studies Carnival

Duane Smith has posted an abnormally interesting Biblical Studies Carnival, with a round-up of abnormally interesting posts about Biblical studies from last month, on his blog Abnormal Interests. [Read more…]

Abnormally Interesting Biblical Studies Carnival Countdown

Duane Smith has posted a reminder that the next Biblical Studies Carnival is fast approaching. If you have posts related to Biblical studies that you have written this month, or have grabbed your interest on blogs other than your own, please submit them! [Read more…]

Halfway to an Abnormally Interesting Biblical Studies Carnival

The next Biblical Studies Carnival will be at Duane Smith’s blog Abnormal Interests, and Duane posted a reminder today about this, asking for submissions. Please tell him about the most abnormal, interesting, and abnormally interesting blog posts about Biblical studies from this blog, your own blogs, and elsewhere around the blogosphere! [Read more…]


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