Monthly Archives: June 2007

Hosts Needed for Future Biblical Studies Carnivals

If you are interested in hosting an upcoming Biblical Studies Carnival, let me know. I have hosts arranged through October 2007: Biblical Studies Carnival XX (Claude Mariottini, Dr. Claude Mariottini – Professor of Old Testament – August 2007) Biblical Studies … Continue reading

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Nominate a Post for the Biblical Studies Carnival Today!

Stephen Cook will be hosting Biblical Studies Carnival XIX next week. He has posted a call for submissions over at Biblische Ausbildung. I encourage you to submit a post today! This can be one of your own posts or you … Continue reading

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June-July SBL Forum

The summer edition of the Society of Biblical Literature Forum has been uploaded. It’s understandably a bit sparse, though there are some interesting articles nonetheless. I especially enjoyed Michael Homan’s piece humanizing archaeological destruction layers through his personal experience of … Continue reading

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Essential Films of 2006 for Theologians

Loren Rosson published his list of The Top 10 Films of 2006 a while ago over at the Busybody. I quite like his list. While I have noted some of my favourite movies of 2006 in my Third Annual Ralphies … Continue reading

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Back to Mac

Readers will know that at heart I am a Macintosh enthusiast, but I had been drawn over to the dark side because of work compatibility issues, among other things. As it turns out, my Dell Inspiron 8500 has died (and … Continue reading

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The Gospel According to the Sopranos

Tonight the series finale of the award-winning HBO series, The Sopranos, is airing. I have been a fan of the series from the very beginning and am looking forward to watching episode 86, “Made in America.” I can’t help but … Continue reading

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Biblical Studies Carnival XVIII is online at Deinde

Danny Zacharias has uploaded Biblical Studies Carnival XVIII over at Deinde. Danny has done a great job highlighting the best of biblical studies in the blogosphere for the month of May 2007. There is something for everyone, from academic writing … Continue reading

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