Rob Bradshaw posted his August Biblical Studies Carnival at the Biblical Studies Blog. This is a great collection of links to articles of interest to those working in biblical or theological studies, including some archaeology and textual criticism. If you are in the US, take a break from your Labor Day festivities and visit Rob’s blog.
If you do not know biblicalstudies.org.uk, you are missing one of the better resources on the Internet. Rob has been collecting and scanning theological journals for years now, always careful to obtain permission to post the text online. The result of his hard work is a collection of more that 20,000 freely available articles. Some of the journals are not available on any database, and even if they were, they would be sitting behind a paywall. Brian Small’s Hebrews Highlights includes several links to reviews of commentaries and monographs on Hebrews.
Mike Skinner will host the September Carnival at cataclysmic and Brian Renshaw will do October at his new eponymous blog. I would love to get a few more volunteers to finish out the year strong, or you can volunteer for a 2015 month. Carnivals are a great way to get some good exposure for your blog. If you are interested in hosting a future Carnival, contact me (plong42 at gmail dot com). If you have hosted in the past, feel free to take another spin!