Monthly Archives: November 2007

Biblical Studies Carnival XXIV – Call for Submissions (Pretty Please!)

So, as it turns out, the individual responsible for this month’s Biblical Studies Carnival had to back out last minute (today). As the ever-faithful coordinator of the carnivals (lol!), I am going to step in and do the Carnival for … Continue reading

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In Remembrance

Today is Remembrance Day (11 November) in Canada (as well as in the UK, Australia, and other Commonwealth nations), a day that we remember the sacrifices of members of the armed forces and civilians in times of war and peacekeeping. … Continue reading

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A Major Pet Peeve: Writing in Library Books

I really really hate it when I take out a library book only to find that some doorknob has written in it — I don’t care if it is just neat little underlines or asterisks in the margin or dumb … Continue reading

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Commentaries on Chronicles Galore!

There has been a resurgence of scholarly interest in Chronicles, which is evident in the number of commentaries recently published on this oft-neglected book. There is truly a wealth of resources in English for those interested in studying this theologically … Continue reading

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Biblical Studies Carnival XXIII online at Ancient Hebrew Poetry

John Hobbins over at his Ancient Hebrew Poetry blog has uploaded Biblical Studies Carnival XXIII. John has done a superb job highlighting academic biblical studies in the blogosphere for the month of October 2007. He has even posted a follow-up … Continue reading

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