Category Archives: Biblical Studies Carnival

2020: The Carnival

In the past, Carnivals have been ‘uneven’ or even perhaps ‘nearly non existent’.  But 2020 is a new year and kicks off with The Carnival to Beat All Carnivals.  Titled simply 2020: The Carnival, it serves as the template for … Continue reading

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Last Call for Carnival Submissions

The Biblical Studies Carnival goes live tonight at midnight.  Get your submissions in.  With thanks to the many who already have.

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Guess What?!?!?!?!

That’s right, the next Biblical Studies Carnival is just around the corner.  Give us your preciousssss possstttessess preciousssssses…..

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Time is Almost Up…

For you to send in your Carnival submissions.  So far, this has been the best Carnival I’ve hosted in terms of people sending submissions.  The response has been both amazing and gratifying. Send along those submissions.  The best will be … Continue reading

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Call For Submissions- Just One Week to Go

Yours truly will host the January Biblical Studies Carnival (posting 1 February).  I request, therefore, that you send along your submissions.  Either from your own blogs or from ones you’ve visited. In the past, Carnivals have been ‘uneven’ or even … Continue reading

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The Newest Biblical Studies Carnival is Up and Running

Phil has done a great job.  Give it a read.

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The Official Bib Studies Carnival

Is over here.

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The Incredibly Hot June Biblical Studies Carnival, Including Lots of Scandal Because of an Unprovenanced Manuscript…

Hot Hebrew Bible / Old Testament Posts Ayrton da Silva mentions Hosea and an article on Hosea 4-14.  Who doesn’t love Hosea? The fear of God is the subject of this posting over at B&I.  Acknowledging the linguistic and geographical … Continue reading

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Call For Submissions: The June Carnival (Posting 1 July)

Send along your suggestions.  The deadline is just a couple of hours off, so please send them along.

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Call For Submissions

The June Biblical Studies Carnival (posting 1 July) will be hosted by yours truly.  If you see a post in any of the following categories, please do pass them along: Hebrew Bible New Testament Archaeology Textual Criticism Books Miscellaneous Things … Continue reading

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The Latest Biblical Studies Carnival

Christopher Scott has it.

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A Really Delightful Biblical Studies Carnival

Nicely done, Mr Milkman.

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One Carnival to Rule them All: January, 2019

Introductory Matters January is always an exciting month.  It kicks off a new year and it begins with a celebration of the greatest of all the Christian theologians and exegetes, Huldrych Zwingli.  But, believe it or not, I’m not going … Continue reading

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Call for Submissions

Send along links to biblical studies blogs for the next Carnival (covering January, and posting at one minute past midnight on February 1).

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Call For Submissions

Send along your suggestions for the Biblical Studies Carnival.  It’s going to be neat!  And yes, it’s the official Carnival for January (posting 1 February, 2019).

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The November Carnival is Up

Over at Bob McDonald’s place.  Enjoy!

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The September Biblical Studies Carnival: A Learning Extravaganza At the Fair

Below you’ll find a whole midway of Biblical Studies learning.  Check out the Hebrew Bible Hoop Shot, The New Testament Nacho Stall, the Archaeology Arcade, The Miscellaneous Mouse Coaster, and the Book Bumble Bee!  There are enough thrills here to … Continue reading

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The Biblical Studies Carnival: Time is Running Out…

I have the September 2018 carnival (Due October 1).  So if you see something on the blogs about biblical studies and related fields, pass them along.  Especially if they are from a blog that is little known.  Let’s get the word … Continue reading

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Karen Keen Has the Carnival

Give it a look!  It is wonderfully done, clued me in on lots of things I’d missed, and I surely hope she will do it again.  In the meanwhile, Phil Long writes Next month Kevin Turner at Monday Morning Theologian is hosting the … Continue reading

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All the Carnivals- and, Last Call for this Month’s Official (It Seems) Carnival

The current list of all Carnivals is posted here.  Last I heard, Phil Long, the organizer of the carnival, had put out a call for a June host (posting 1 July) but no one had responded.  So I guess the … Continue reading

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