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Biblical Studies Carnival XVIII is online at Deinde

2nd June 2007

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 to organizing your library, Septuagint to a structural outline of Ephesians, as well as figuring out the best name for the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible/Tanak/Jewish Scriptures/Mostly Hebrew Writings about Jewish Religious Things/Bible.

I would like to make a special thanks for everyone who nominated posts this month. As coordinator I also check the email account throughout the month and this month I noticed that quite a few more bloggers were making a point to submit posts. Keep up the good work! And please make sure to take the time and nominate relevent posts for the next carnival. You can submit/nominate posts via the submission form at BlogCarnival.com or you may email them to biblical_studies_carnival AT hotmail DOT com.

Biblical Studies Carnival IXX will be hosted by Stephen L. Cook over at Biblische Ausbildung in the first week of July 2007. Look for a call for submissions on his blog mid-month.

For more information, consult the Biblical Studies Carnival Homepage.


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