Last Call for Carnival Links for June 2013

Carnival ClownThe June 2013 Biblical Studies Carnival will be hosted by Andrew King over at The Blog of the Twelve. This is a “call for links” to blogs of interest published in June 2013. Email the links to Andrew (aking443 at or leave a comment with a link.  June and July are usually a bit slow for bibliblogs, so help Andrew out by posting something really spectacular in the next few days!

What makes a good post for a Carnival?  Any Blogs that contribute something to the discussion of biblical literature theology, and culture. For example, what posts made challenged you to think more deeply about a topic? What blogs offered insights into Scripture and theology?

Send the links to Andrew and look for his Carnival around the first of July.

As a bonus, Jim West announced he is planning a special “Lady Blogger” carnival hosted at Zwinglius Redivivus.  I am sure Jim would appreciate some additional links to blogs from female scholars posted in June.

Urgent! I am also looking for more volunteers for the 2013 Carnival Season, July (due August 1) and August (due September 1) are both open (October through November are open as well). Please email me (plong42 at and pick your month! Carnivals are a great way to attract attention to your site if you are new blogger, but more importantly it gives you a chance to highlight the best and the brightest in the world of bibliblogs.

2 thoughts on “Last Call for Carnival Links for June 2013

  1. I’m new to this particular Carnival, so I’m not sure what’s appropriate content. However, if an of these links would be of interest to your readers, feel free to include them:

    1. religion and fandom,
    (I talk about why some people see this disconnect between religious culture and sci-fi geek culture, and look at why you really can fit in with both groups.)

    2. standing on the shoulders of giants,
    (Reacting to a NYTimes piece on Rawls, I talked a bit about Christian stewardship and the need to be aware that we inherit the raw materials for whatever we accomplish.)

    3. on hell and stuff,
    (Love Joy Feminism over at Patheos had a panel discussion of Jewish views on the afterlife, and I talked about how that differed from my thoughts on hell, coming from the Christian perspective.)

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