September 2015 Biblical Studies Carnival

The latest Biblical Studies Carnival has been posted on Will Hart Brown’s blog. I am happy to see that the blogroll I maintain was useful in identifying places to look for interesting posts from the past month. As always, Phillip Long is eager to hear from volunteers who are willing to host a future carnival. [Read more…]

#YCAS2015 The Final Session

The final session after lunch was focused on the Gospel of Jesus' Wife. We did things slightly differently, not leaving Q&A in between papers but only after, since the session had a respondent. Brent Landau chaired, comparing the matter of GJW to a soap opera, and inviting the audience to ask for clarification if they [Read More…]

Biblical Studies Carnival August 2015

Bob MacDonald has posted the latest Biblical Studies Carnival. One of the things he includes is my post about the bloggers’ dinner at SBL and AAR this year. We have a proposed day and time, but still need a venue. Anyone know downtown Atlanta well enough to make some suggestions? The September carnival will be hosted [Read More…]

Bloggers’ Dinner at AAR/SBL in Atlanta

It seems that we may as well make a start to planning the dinner and get-together for scholarly bloggers at the AAR and SBL annual meeting in Atlanta in November. In the past we have referred to “bibliobloggers” in the title of the event, but I want to make a point of using more inclusive language, [Read More…]

July 2015 Biblical Studies Carnival

Lindsay Kennedy has the latest Biblical Studies Carnival, and Phil Long has more information about other details, such as where the carnival will be next month. [Read more…]

June 2015 Biblical Studies Carnival

William Ross has posted the latest Biblical Studies Carnival. Phil Long has details about upcoming carnivals, and your chance to host one. See also the month’s Hebrews Highlights, and Peter Kirby’s new biblioblog resource at ChristianOrigins.com. [Read more…]

The Next Biblical Studies Carnival

Claude Mariottini posted on his blog that he is hosting the next Biblical Studies Carnival. If you have noticed any posts, whether on this blog or any other, that pertain to the academic study of the Bible, and which you think deserve to be highlighted, please do let him know! [Read more…]

March 2015 Biblical Studies Carnival

Jacob Prahlow has posted the latest Biblical Studies Carnival. Click through and enjoy! It includes lots of interesting things from the biblioblogosphere, including calls for papers and more. Thank you to Jacob for hosting the carnival!   [Read more…]

Biblical Studies Carnival February 2015

Jennifer Guo has posted the latest round-up of highlights from the past month of Biblical studies blogging. Click through and take a look!   [Read more…]

Blogger and Online Publication SBL Call for Papers

This is a friendly reminder that the SBL call for papers for the November annual meeting closes Wednesday, March 4th. Here is the call for papers for the Blogger and Online Publication Section: The Blogger and Online Publication Section has focused most of its attention in recent years on the blogging side of its name. [Read More…]


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