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Biblical Studies Carnival XXXVIII Online at Judy’s Research Blog

6th February 2009

Judy Redman has uploaded Biblical Studies Carnival XXXVIII over at her Research Blog. She has done a fine job highlighting the best of biblical studies in the blogosphere for the month of January 2009.

I have also worked on the upcoming Carnival schedule. Here is the schedule for the next few months:

  • Biblical Studies Carnival XXXIX (Darrell Pursiful, Dr. Platypus – March 2009)
  • Biblical Studies Carnival XL (James Gregory, James Gregory’s Blog – April 2009)
  • Biblical Studies Carnival XLI (James McGrath, Exploring Our Matrix – May 2009)
  • Biblical Studies Carnival XLII (Jim Getz, Ketuvim – June 2009)
  • Biblical Studies Carnival XLIII (Pat McCullough, kata ta biblia – July 2009)
  • Biblical Studies Carnival XLIV (Jim West, Dr. Jim West – August 2009)

Please let me know if you want to host a carnival and I will slot you in. For more information of what is required of a host, please see the Biblical Studies Carnival Homepage.

Submitting Posts to the Biblical Studies Carnival
I would like to encourage all of the regular Bibliobloggers — and everyone else out there to regularly submit posts for consideration for the Biblical Studies Carnivals. Submitting one of your own posts or a post of a blog you read makes the Carnival a lot easier to pull together. To submit a blog post for inclusion to the Biblical Studies Carnival you may do one of the following:

  1. Send the following information to the following email address: biblical_studies_carnival AT If you’re not sure whether a post qualifies, send it anyway and the host will decide whether to include it.
    • The title and permalink URL of the blog post you wish to nominate and the author’s name or pseudonym.
    • A short (two or three sentence) summary of the blog post.
    • The title and URL of the blog on which it appears (please note if it is a group blog).
    • Include “Biblical Studies Carnival [number]” in the subject line of your email
    • Your own name and email address.
  2. Use the submission form provided by Blog Carnival. (This is probably the easier option if you only have one nomination.) Just select “biblical studies carnival” and fill in the rest of the information noted above.

For more information, please see the Biblical Studies Carnival Homepage.

8 Responses to “Biblical Studies Carnival XXXVIII Online at Judy’s Research Blog”

  1. biblicalia » Blog Archive » Biblical Studies Carnival XXXVIII Says:

    [...] Next month’s Biblical Studies Carnival will by hosted by Dr Platypus, a.k.a. Darell Pursiful. I can’t decide which of those names is more delightful. Tyler Williams, the facilitator of the Biblical Studies Carnival, has helpfully posted a list of the upcoming months’ hosts. [...]

  2. Bob MacDonald Says:

    I assume #37 got canceled – I didn’t see it advertised anywhere. For once I suggested a dozen posts (mostly not mine) – but since it got canceled I was a bit disappointed.

  3. Tyler F. Williams Says:

    Sorry Bob, I dropped the ball on #37. I had it about half-way done and the motherboard on my computer died on me and I lost what I had started. With everything going on in my life right now, I just didn’t have the time or the energy to start again. Sorry!

  4. Mike Aubrey Says:

    Tyler, I’m willing to host a carnival one of these days.

  5. Claude Mariottini Says:


    I will be glad to work on the Carnival in September 2009.

    Claude Mariottini

  6. danielandtonya Says:


    We’d love to do one whenever you have an open slot.


  7. N. T. Wrong Says:

    Biblical Studies Carnival XXXVIII aka Biblical Studies Carnival 37

    I have undertaken to provide Biblical Studies Carnival 37. The show must go on.

    Yours sincerely,
    N. T. Wrong

  8. N. T. Wrong Says:

    Biblical Studies Carnival XXXVII (for December 2008) has now been posted: